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The Right Capital Gains Tax Rate Is Zero

bnolsen Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 9:14 AM
Flat tax please. Everyone has to do something to make a living. How I choose to spend my money is my business. flat tax is more impersonal, so called "fair tax" gives the government to great a temptation to try to control my spending habits.
Philpy67 Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 10:35 AM
No income tax, please -- or Estate or Capital Gains taxes.
If the fed were limited to the powers/activities granted by the Constitution, we could get by with a non-protectionist and low tariff on imports.
Support Ron Paul!!!

The silly debate about the “Buffett Rule” is really an argument about the extent to which there should be more double taxation of income that is saved and invested.

Politicians conveniently forget that dividends and capital gains get hit by the corporate income tax. And since America now has the developed world’s highest corporate income tax rate, it’s adding insult to injury to tax the income again. Actually, it’s adding injury to injury!

No wonder

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