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Taxing the Rich Guy in the White House Who is so Taxing to the Rest of Us

hvogel Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 7:55 AM
Strangely enough, the deductions for charitable contributions were still available to those "rich guys" after the tax rates were reduced. Rich guys don't become rich guys by passing up ways to reduce expenses, such as taxes. Assuming your "cousin" exists, his statement makes no sense. Further, IRS statistics disprove it. Check out the chart in this article and note the extremely sharp INCREASE in charitable contributions though out the Reagan years: http://blog.governmentwedeserve.org/2012/09/05/charitable-contribution-deductions-as-a-percent-of-gdp/ Second, why would luxury car dealers take it in the shorts? Those "rich guys" had more money, right? Surely that would be a boon for luxury car dealers, not the other way around.

Barack Obama wants you to know that the rich are out of control.

And I partially agree. It’s a matter of fairness.

After thinking about it for a few years, he has finally figured out that our economic problems have a very simple explanation: There are too many rich people.

I know of at least one too many.

Too many rich people are causing a jobless “recovery.” Having too many rich people caused gas prices to go up, the stock market to go down and the housing bubble to burst. Too many rich people meant that a peaceful...

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