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New York Times Realizes New Taxes Hurt Poor the Most

Becca in TX Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 3:12 PM
My house is pretty far out in the country, so vagrants probably wouldn't ever see it, but I'm thinking about getting my son and daughter-in-law and their 3 kids to live in it. They rent a house in the town we're closest to. I wouldn't make them pay rent, so they'd have to drive a little further to work but they wouldn't have to pay rent and their kids would be in a better school district. I adore my daughter-in-law so I wouldn't care if she changed things around or wanted to put my stuff in storage or whatever-they could do it however they wanted to and I wouldn't be offended.

When many Americans received their first paycheck of 2013, they wondered why their paychecks were smaller. Obama supporters in particular were baffled, wondering why they were seeing less pay when they had just voted for a President who promised they would never see a tax increase, that after all was reserved for "rich" people. The first Friday in January, Google was flooded with the question, "Why is my paycheck smaller?" Workers took to Twitter and asked the same question.

Now, even the New York Times is realizing who the the newest payroll taxes hurt the most: poor...