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Let the Real Fat Cats Pay Their Fair Share

Henry VIII Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 8:41 AM
We have drifted from our founders vision that personal property...which means someone's wealth accumulation is sacred, to a government who is now determining what that person can keep. Class warfare is an ugly business and it ain't gonna end well. With that said, 250k isn't wealthy...it might be temporarily successful, but it is not wealthy. Let the entertainment crowd, the fat cat Demtard bankers, and the grossly paid government workers ante up...after all, the messiah is who they voted for....let them pay the piper.
tuttletacoma Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 8:56 AM
as reported 8 of the richest counties in America

surround dc, but who believes the mega wealthy don't look for every loophole to avoid paying taxes, while they tell themselves how compassionate they are because they voted for comrade hussein and his agenda of fairness and transforming America

on one episode with the nags at the view, racist woopie dumberg, she stated she opposes paying higher taxes because it's her money and she ain't funding anything in the ghetto

and as we know, comrade hussein also uses the tax code to pay the minimum amount of taxes, while he demands others be forced to pay more

and the mega wealthy know that their wealth insulates them from the pain caused by comrade hussein's assault on America,

Who exactly were the rich who, as the president said, were not "paying their fair share"? The rapper Jay-Z (net worth: nearly $500 million)? The actor Johnny Depp (2011 income: $50 million)? Neither seems to have heard the president's earlier warning that, "at a certain point you've made enough money."

Could both zillionaires simply have quit making money at $10 million -- and thereby given their poorer audiences a break on ticket prices?

With all the talk of raising taxes on the supposedly conservative wannabes who make $250,000 per year, why not additionally levy a $3 surcharge on discretionary tickets for...