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World Begins to Heal with Taxes on Rich January 1st

Floyd35 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 8:36 AM
We need to make those mean old super rich pay their fair share of taxes. Here is how. We give the Obama administration everything they want, but they have to agree to admend the voters rights bill fwhich asttaches to this bi. Those mean old sper rich will have to pay as tax rate of 20% or higher if they want to vote. Everybody has to pay at least 20% or they don't get to vote until they get a job and earn enough to pay a twenty percent tax raet or higher. That will keep those mean old skin flints from paying 14 to 15 % on all those millions of dollars. It will keep everyone from voting who does not pay their fair share, or in some way contribute to supporting the country. That will make the Dememocrats happy and help abalance the budget!
Paul237 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 10:03 AM
You have your numbers wrong
I have some friends that are already paying taxes up in the 60 percentile and you bamba boy wants even more. His first plan which was shot down by all was to tax the rich (ha ha ha) at the 90 percent mark. Bamba boy wants all the money he does not want anyone to have money at all. I just have to ask my self how much are the rich people in congress going to pay. There are people in congress that have money up in the 100s of millions or more. those are the ones that need to be taxed at the 90% mark.
Rich L. Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 4:48 PM
There is no plan currently to tax the wealth they have already accumulated. That is why so many of the rich are for the zero's plan. It is a tax on those that might become rich and is a sure way to limit membership in that fraternity/sorority.

The Age of Aquarius- long a goal for liberals- will begin in earnest on January 1st, 2013 when more of the planned tax increases on the wealthy created by Obamacare are implemented.

Here’s how it will work:

Finally, the low-down, dirty rich, who are responsible for all the world’s ills, including the short stature, pint-sized intellect and light caliber (pun intended) of Bob Costas, will start paying their fair share.

Time to cue the music from the play Hair:

“The 3.8% Net Investment Tax will be imposed against individuals, estates and trusts on their investment income,” croons “and...