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 Reader, the video posted below was from  a large rally in Orlando, Fl at the UCF CFE Arena, March 6, 2016, of Paula White endorsing Donald Trump. Why support someone like Trump and you Pastor a multicultural church? Trump has disrespected Blacks, Hispanics, and woman. This really baffles me about Paula White. Somebody's definitely listening to an evil spirit saying Trump is born again. As Jesus said, "You will know a tree by its fruit".

 Anyhow, the rally had a great turnout .....many supporters had to be turned away due to fire code. Pastor Paula White provided stories about Donald Trump and how he is a true Christian man. She also provides insight about how passionate he is with his religion.  Youtube Comment: Now for a woman who preys on people of color to pay her facelift and Saks bill for St John's suits, she sure is openly on the wrong side. Paula...girl...I knew I didn't like you. Now I know why.

Say What Now? The Ku-Klux-Klan is Rebranding… By Inviting Jewish, Black, and Hispanic People to Join

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Mitt Romney tells voters: If I'm elected, don't expect huge tax cuts


Mitt Romney provided nuance to his proposed tax cuts, saying they must fit his goal of reducing federal deficits. But left unanswered is the question of how this will affect the middle class.
Mitt Romney says Americans shouldn't expect a big tax cut from him if he's elected president, because the nation also has to think about how to tame out-of-control federal deficits.

"Don't be expecting a huge cut in taxes, because I'm also going to be closing loopholes on deductions," Mr. Romney said Wednesday in Westerville, Ohio, flanked by a national debt clock, chronicling the nation's rising burden on future taxpayers.

The comments in some ways raise as many questions as they answer.

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On one hand, they may be aimed in part at addressing skeptics who say Romney's tax plan is "mathematically impossible." He wants to lower the deficit by cutting spending while keeping tax revenues neutral. To do the latter, he would cut income tax rates across the board by 20 percent and make up the difference by eliminating some deductions and credits. Wednesday's comments could be a nod to the scope of those proposed deduction eliminations.

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