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Bernie Sanders on Taxes

Comments of Senator Bernie Sanders are from the Democratic Party Presidential Primary Debate in Las Vegas, NV, on October 13th 2015 and the Democratic Party Presidential Primary Debate in Charleston, SC, on January 17th, 2016. About the page style: This page is crafted in the style of a concordance. A concordance is an alphabetical list of the keywords and the proper Names in a document along with the statements in which those words appear. Click the preceding every statement to go to the pertinent paragraph in the text.

on taxes : Donald Trump and his billionaire friends under my policies are going to pay a hell of a lot more in taxes (2015/10/13)
on taxes : today -- taxes in the future than they're paying today. (APPLAUSE) (2015/10/13)
on taxes : So, what my first days are about is bringing America together, to end the decline of the middle class, to tell the wealthiest people in this country that yes, they are going to start paying their fair share of taxes, and that we are going to have a government that works for all of us, and not just big campaign contributors.(APPLAUSE) (2016/01/17)
on taxes : Demanding that the wealthy start paying their fair share of taxes. (2016/01/17)
on taxes : We do that by doing away with the absurd loophole that now allows major profitable corporations to stash their money in the Cayman (ph) Islands, and not in some years, pay a nickel in taxes. (2016/01/17)
on taxes : A little bit more in taxes, do away with private health_insurance premiums. (2016/01/17)
on taxes : So, instead of paying $10,000 dollars to Blue_Cross, or Blue_Shield, yes, some middle class families would be paying slightly more in taxes, but the result would be that that middle class family would be saving some $5,000 dollars in healthcare costs. (2016/01/17)
on taxes : When you are -- it's one thing to say I'm raising taxes, it's another thing to say that we are doing away with private health_insurance premiums. (2016/01/17)
on taxes : So, if I save you $10,000 in private health_insurance, and you pay a little bit more in taxes in total, there are huge savings in what your family is spending. (2016/01/17)

[an error occurred while processing this directive] on tax : public colleges and universities, free with a Wall_Street speculation tax. (2015/10/13)
on tax : I pay for my program, by the way, through a tax on Wall_Street speculation, (2015/10/13)
on tax : along with Senator Barbara Boxer, a few years ago, we introduced the first piece of climate_change legislation which called for a tax on carbon. (2015/10/13)
on tax : Republicans tell us we can't do anything except give tax breaks to billionaires and cut Social_Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. (2015/10/13)
on tax : How do I pay for it? (APPLAUSE) I pay for it through a tax on Wall_Street speculation. (2016/01/17)

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