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Rejecting the Buffett Rule and Fighting Obama’s Class Warfare

D G Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 3:22 PM
Where are the headlines for this HUGE STORY ? Yesterday, Treasury released the numbers for March 2012. .......................................... March 2012 ............ Fiscal Y-T-D (6 Mos.) Receipts (Revenues) ....... $171.2 Bil. ................... $1,064.4 Bil. Outlays (Spending) ........ $393.4 Bil. ................... $ 1,843.4 Bil. Deficit ............................ $198.2 Bil. .................... $ 779.0 Bil.
D G Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 3:27 PM
The Buffett Rule is a potential drop in the bucket compared to losing $198.3 Billion in March.

..... and guess what! ............ February was worse than March.



Where are the media?

Even the conservative media are quiet!


WAKE UP !

The average dollar of revenue had $2.30 of spending in March.


COME ON ......... Town Hall get on this story!

I’ve already explained why Warren Buffett is either dishonest or clueless about tax policy. Today, on CNBC, I got to debate the tax scheme that President Obama has named after the Omaha investor.

One of my big points was that the United States already has a self-destructive set of tax laws for investment. As such, it would be very foolish to increase the double taxation of income that is saved and invested.

Mitchell on CNBC