Millionaire Congressman has a history of ‘refunding’ your tax dollars back to his fellow millionaires
Montana’s millionaire Congressman Dennis Rehberg blows smoke about fiscal responsibility to Montanans, while his record has added billions to the federal debt.
Congressman Rehberg has been driving up the federal deficit with irresponsible giveaways to Big Oil for years. Now he's focusing on a budget scheme called the ‘REFUND’ act.
What Congressman Rehberg hides is that he’s been ‘refunding’ your tax dollars to the richest Americans for the last ten years in Washington DC.
Congressman Rehberg’s giveaways to the super rich have added billions to skyrocketing federal deficits.
Here’s a brief history of how Congressman Rehberg’s ‘refunds’ to his fellow millionaires have driven up the federal debt:
By $70 Billion in 2006 -- In 2006, Rehberg voted in favor of a $70 billion tax cut bill that primarily benefited the richest Americans. The bill passed 244-185 [HR4297, Vote #135, 5/10/06].
By $56 billion in 2005 -- In 2005, Rehberg voted in favor of a $56 billion tax cut measure that would extend reduced rates on capital gains and dividends investment income for two years, through 2010. The measure passed 234-197. [HR4297, Vote #621, 12/08/05]