Sherrod Brown Voted to Raise Your Taxes, Failed to Pay His Own Taxes

October 2, 2012

Incumbent Ohio senator Sherrod Brown didn’t pay his taxes, but did vote to raise yours.  Challenger Josh Mandel has a new video about it:

More, including links to some sources, at Mandel’s Web site.

Just a couple of examples of Brown’s votes for higher taxes are the death tax and, of course, Obamacare, which actually contains many significant tax increases—and that’s not even counting Obamacare’s steep penalty for not buying health insurance (“Average penalty: about $1,200 in 2016”), which the Supreme Court has ruled is a tax.

(Senator Brown is still bragging that he “played a key role in developing and achieving passage of” Obamacare.)

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5 Responses to “Sherrod Brown Voted to Raise Your Taxes, Failed to Pay His Own Taxes”

  1. Bill Says:

    Was this before or after he beat his first wife?

  2. Wow, I had no idea. Sure enough, this first article tries hard to put it in a good light (and this second article sounds very pro-Brown), but still admits,

    . . . Brown’s then-wife said in an affidavit that he struck and threatened her.

    • Snoodickle Says:

      Wait a second here, is the only evidence of this alleged incident a biased affidavit in a divorce proceeding? Was this allegation ever proved in a court of law?

  3. kholli Says:

    The claims of the Mandel campaign are either simply untrue or gross distortions of reality. This is to be expected from a party of liars and a weasel like Mandel. He is an unformed, brainless fetus that lies continuously, refuses to answer questions, and has NOTHING of substance to say. He is a despicable little turd and has no business playing with the big boys. He needs to go back to his corner and suck his thumb.

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