Saturday, December 1, 2012

VVA urges Congress to Extend the Middle Class Tax Cuts




President Obama speaks to the American people from a busy factory floor in Pennsylvania about the urgent need to pass the middle class tax cuts, which will give families and businesses preparing for the holidays the certainty they need going into the New Year. Democrats and Republicans must come together to pass one thing that everyone agrees on—extending income tax cuts for 98 percent of American families and 97 percent of small businesses, and there is no reason to wait. The President urges Congress to take action to help grow our economy and strengthen the middle class.
Census 2010 showed that Vietnamese Americans 's average income is only in the $50,000s. Vietnamese Americans strive very hard to make it and to contribute back to this nation. Voice of Vietnamese Americans urges all Vietnamese American Voters to call or send letters to our representatives in Congress, urging them to extend the middle class tax cuts! 
Voice of Vietnamese Americans strongly urges  Congress to extend the Middle Class Tax Cuts as soon as possible.
This is the best way to sustain our middle class, to support the recovery of our economy, and to show that Members of Congress actually are in touch with 98% Americans!
Voice of Vietnamese Americans

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