U.S. Representative Vern Buchanan will host a panel of experts in a tax-reform discussion at 11 a.m. Friday, March 29, in the Sainer Pavilion at New College of Florida.
The panel of experts will include Neal Boortz, former host of a nationally syndicated radio talk show, Dan Mitchell, economist and senior fellow with the libertarian Cato Institute, Susan Nilon, owner of WSRQ radio and Jerry Pierce, chairman of the Leadership Council of the Florida chapter of the National federation of Independent Business.
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- Nothing like having the fox watch over the hen house. A accused tax cheat by his own CFO, accountant, former employees, partners and others. A person whom has already fought and settled a previous tax charge by IRS and now another investigation under way.
A person whom interest is to protect the richer 2 percent and himself first. Which means he will sell out the middle class to protect himself. In fact he already has when he failed to support getting the Bush tax credits renewed. Now people making 200,000 to 450,000 will see a huge tax increase for 2013 and forever in the future.
Come on people. Why are you so blind to the con. Show me--SHOW ME, just one thing Vern Buchanan has done to protect the middle class voter. Show me just one thing that Vern Buchanan has done to honor his campaign promises. JUST ONE PROOF
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