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August 04, 2012


The respected accounting firm Ernst & Young recently released a study showing that raising taxes on the wealthy will harm the economy, but this study has been widely ignored by the mainstream media. Ernst & Young says that if Ob*ma gets his way, about 700,000 jobs will be lost. So why does the media ignore something like this? Because they (mainstream media networks) don't report stuff that hurts their boy (no, that is not intended to be a racial slur), and Ob*ma is their boy (guy, dude). Journalists are his most loyal base and because they have so much invested in him they are not going to readily report information that hurts him.

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