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New York Times journalist Larry Rohter-already well-known for his pro-Obama agenda  -scripts yet another attack on John McCain.

Rohter attacks McCain for claiming that Obama had voted in the
United States Senate to increase taxes on people who make as low as $42,000 a year,” seemingly agreeing with Barack Obama's retort that this claim was inaccurate.

The crux of the issue is that Obama voted to let the Bush tax cuts expire in a albeit non-binding resolution that nevertheless does indicate his intention should he become President-to let the Bush tax cuts end.

This would have the effect of raising taxes for many people-a conclusion that Rohter is forced to admit later on in his article.

"The bottom line is that if passed into law without accompanying tax relief measures, the budget resolutions that Mr. Obama endorsed would raise taxes for some individuals making $42,000 a year."

New York Times journalist Larry Rohter-already well-known for his pro-Obama agenda  -scripts yet another attack on John McCain.

Rohter attacks McCain for claiming that Obama had voted in the
United States Senate to increase taxes on people who make as low as $42,000 a year,” seemingly agreeing with Barack Obama's retort that this claim was inaccurate.

The crux of the issue is that Obama voted to let the Bush tax cuts expire in a albeit non-binding resolution that nevertheless does indicate his intention should he become President-to let the Bush tax cuts end.

This would have the effect of raising taxes for many people-a conclusion that Rohter is forced to admit later on in his article.

"The bottom line is that if passed into law without accompanying tax relief measures, the budget resolutions that Mr. Obama endorsed would raise taxes for some individuals making $42,000 a year."