Another great post on the Burnt Orange Report discusses our hypocritical "representative." Kay Bailey Hutchison, one of two Texas Senators who hates America, said the following:
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison claimed that the failed estate tax bill seeking to give away $268 billion in tax revenue to couples with estates worth more than $10 million was a tax break intended for "middle class and poor people."
Apparently in her eyes you're poor if you own less than $10 million.
Complaining yesterday about the defeat of her efforts to give $268 billion to only the wealthiest families (couples with estates worth over ten million dollars), Hutchison said, "It is an excuse to make it a do-nothing Congress. And we are turning our back on the middle-class and poor people in this country who depend on the minimum wage and death-tax relief."
Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate Barbara Ann Radnofsky responded: "If she had said this under oath, it would have been perjury." Sen. Hutchison described perjury as a "mere technicality" in 2005 on "Meet the Press."
Sen. Hutchison voted against raising the minimum wage in March 2005 and November 1999.