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Hayden Panettiere Makes Sense Of Obama’s Economic Policy

by | 31st, October 2008

STILL undecided about McCain or Obama? Phil Spector isn’t. If Phil isn’t enough to get you on side, here comes Hollywood blonde Hayden Panttierre to help make your mind up.

“I don’t know if anyone would complain about under-taxing to be completely honest,” Panettiere told “Personally, I’d rather have higher taxes and help other people who need those tax breaks more.”

As he says:

You know how Obama told that plumber dude he wanted to “spread the wealth around”? And then everybody went after the plumber dude for some reason, but then they were like, “Hey, wait a minute, back up.

Senator Obama, could you explain that whole ’spread the wealth around’ thing, please?” And then Obama explained it, but he said only rich people are going to get taxed, so don’t worry about it? But now the definition of “rich” keeps getting less and less, um, rich?

Pantierre’s work is done:

Panettiere spoke to at a rally, where she led led hundreds of people to form a large human pilot whale next to the message “VOTE” in front of the U.S. Capitol on Sunday, October 26.

If Wales could vote they would give their proxy to Panttierre…

“One of the major reasons why, especially young people, have come out and done so much to play a part in this election — and who are really getting out there and voting this time around — is because of the celebrity endorsements, because of how popular this election has become, and how much in the news, and how much it’s taken over, you know, our society,” said Panettiere, who plays “Claire Bennett” on the hit NBC Show, “Heroes.”

Can we tax, you know, like, words?

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