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AP Lauds Obama's Fight against Poverty, Ignores his Global Tax Proposal

AP claims Obama has been there.

(AP)..."The Super Tuesday campaign kicks off in Indonesia, where Obama lived with his mother from the age of 6 until 10, experiencing the harsh realities of Third World poverty and disease, together with rich religious and cultural lessons."

AP reports Obama's tough words against poverty

(AP)..."The divisions, the stereotypes, the scape-goating, the ease with which we blame the plight of ourselves on others, all of that distracts us from the common challenges we face: war and poverty; inequality and injustice," Obama said. "We can no longer afford to build ourselves up by tearing each other down. We can no longer afford to traffic in lies or fear or hate. It is the poison that we must purge from our politics; the wall that we must tear down before the hour grows too late."

AP praises Obama for his record of fighting poverty.

(AP)..."Obama also helped set up Illinois' "KidCare" program that provided health care to children in families that did not qualify for Medicaid. John Bouman, president of the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, said Obama's work helped make the program more consumer-friendly. He also said Obama was often willing to give up credit for the legislation if that helped win Republican support."

But I couldn't find one story by AP that mentioned Obama's "Global Poverty Act." Is that because it is just another huge tax hike, or because it's doing such a good job slipping underneath everyone's noses?

(AIM)- "A nice-sounding bill called the "Global Poverty Act," sponsored by Democratic presidential candidate and Senator Barack Obama, is up for a Senate vote on Thursday and could result in the imposition of a global tax on the United States... The legislation would commit the U.S. to spending 0.7 percent of gross national product on foreign aid, which amounts to a phenomenal 13-year total of $845 billion over and above what the U.S. already spends.
The bill, which is item number four on the committee's business meeting agenda, passed the House by a voice vote last year because most members didn't realize what was in it. Congressional sponsors have been careful not to calculate the amount of foreign aid spending that it would require. According to the website of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, no hearings have been held on the Obama bill in that body...

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