It’s like Robin Hood in reverse—it’s Romney Hood.POTUS on Mitt Romney’s tax plan, which would raise taxes for the middle class
Spoiler alert: Probably yes.
P. wrote in:
I would have to move back home with my parents. I’m a student who has to work full time and go to school full time, often during the semester. I live in an area where it isn’t very cheap to live and I feel very fortunate to have the opportunities it has brought me. However, due to not being eligible for much financial aid, whether through scholarships or loans, I have to work full time to support my education. If I lost that $85 per paycheck, I wouldn’t be able to accomplish what I’m doing anymore and my education would stop here for at least a year, if not permanently.
I make “too much” to qualify for assistance with programs that help my autistic teen learn coping skills for life when I’m not here. So $90 a month goes to a Tae Kwon Do program geared specifically to autistic kids. If I lose even a little of my income - which goes paycheck to paycheck - that’s one of many things I’d lose.