The Associated Press reported Senator Clinton and her fellow "tax and spend" liberals addressing the Democratic Leadership Council in Denver, finding every possible way to undermine George Bush and the Republican Party.

"They're not taking care of America. They're bankrupting our country and failing to address the problems," the New York Democrat said Monday, citing skyrocketing gas, college and health care costs.

She whitewashes an ugly picture of a bankrupt nation......If Senator Clinton and her Democratic colleagues wish to place blame then all they need to do is look in the mirror.  If you want a ringside seat, read this piece by CNN on the Democrats' love-in.

"It's the American dream, stupid," the AP reported Clinton teling an audience of Democrats.

Does Senator Clinton and the Democratic Party think the taxpayers are stupid?


Remember this comment by Clinton?

“We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.” (“Verbatim,” Time Magazine, July 12, 2004)

John Spencer believes Americans are entitled to more money in their pockets; to spend, to save and to invest.

"If Democrats weren't so consumed with raising the cost of doing business for every industry in America by raising taxes, the people of the United States would have more money in their pockets," explained John Spencer. "New York's economy is buried under the rubble of taxes, courtesy of "tax and spend" Democrats like Senator Clinton who have provided no form of economic relief to this state."

Hillary only understands how to pick the pockets of New Yorkers.
Clinton Voted Twice Against The 2001 Bush Tax Cut. (H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #165: Passed 62-38: R 50-0; D 12-38, May 23, 2001, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 1836, CQ Vote #170: Adopted 58-33: R 46-2; D 12-31, May 26, 2001, Clinton Voted Nay)
Clinton Voted Twice Against The 2003 Bush Tax Cuts. (H.R. 2, CQ Vote #179: Passed 51-49: R 48-3; D 3-45; I 0-1, May 15, 2003, Clinton Voted Nay; H.R. 2, CQ Vote #196: Adopted: 50-50: R 48-3; D 2-46; I 0-1, with Vice President Cheney casting a "yea" vote, May 23, 2003, Clinton Voted Nay)
The 2001 and 2003 Bush Tax Cuts provided tax relief to 6.9 million New Yorkers.  Hillary would take that tax relief away.
The 2001 And 2003 Tax Cuts provided marriage penalty relief for 1.8 million New Yorkers.
1,695,000 New Yorkers gained tax relief from the Bush Child Tax Credit for New Yorkers.
Bush's creation of a new 10 percent tax bracket brought tax relief to over six million New Yorkers.
Over 1,500,000 businesses in New York received tax relief from the Bush tax cuts.
The NRSC has put together a website entitled "The Donkeys Want Your Money" that details Hillary's votes for taxes -- and her statements on liberal "tax and spend" policies.

Hillary Brags That She’s “Going To Take Things Away From You.” “Speaking to a group of Democrats, Clinton said, ‘Many of you are well enough off that . . . the tax cuts may have helped you. We’re saying that for America to get back on track, we’re probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.’” (Editorial, “Tax Raisers,” The Union Leader, July 4, 2004)

“Beware The Politician Who Says That The Public Good Requires Her To Use Your Money As She Sees Fit. This is the mindset that leads to diminished personal freedom and vast government power. It is a mindset that views your money as a public asset, which it is not. It is yours, and Hillary Clinton has no claim to it.” (Editorial, “Tax Raisers,” The Union Leader, July 4, 2004)

Clinton Puts Her Faith In Government To Make Choices For Americans That Reflect Her Values. “Every decision we make about taxes is a decision about our values. . . . So it comes down to choices about values. And the American people put their faith in government to make choices that reflect their values.” (Senator Hillary Clinton, Floor Statement, January 9, 2003)

Just Last Month, Clinton Proposed Another $20 Billion A Year In New Taxes. “Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., proposed a $20 billion annual tax on U.S. oil firms and that the industry allocates its profits on developing renewable energy.” (Andrea Mihailescu, “UPI Energy Watch,” UPI, October 28, 2005)

Yet, At Her Candidacy Announcement in 2000, Hillary Said New Yorkers Send Too Much Money To D.C. “‘It is just wrong that today New York sends $15 billion more in taxes each year to Washington than New York gets back.’” (Seth Giertz, “New York Is Not Arkansas,” The [Syracuse] Post-Standard, April 19, 2000)