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Hmm: 60 Percent of Americans Support “Buffett Rule”

iconoblaster Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 7:19 PM
Isn't the Buffet Rule you can wait ten years to pay back taxes while fighting it in court?
McGovern Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 7:24 PM
It also means putting your billions into tax-exempt foundations, thereby getting huge tax deductions, avoiding taxes on the money itself, and denying Nebraska's poor citizens the benefits of the Nebraska inheritance tax.

You can probably tell I don't like Uncle Warren that much. I think it stems from the fact that he is the largest single contributor to Planned Parenthood. A lot of dead babies - isn't that a great legacy?
iconoblaster Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 7:41 PM
He's a duplicitous lying phony there really a reason to like a guy who plays class warfare and gives a bumbling Law professor ammo for a dishonest non sequitur concerning trillion dollar deficits? Like that misleading story about his poor secretary paying all those taxes with that paltry income. He's a crazy old fool who isn't a man like Jack Welch who was being sincere, not manipulitive of the facts.

For weeks President Obama has traveled the country delivering speech after speech asserting that if implemented, the so-called “Buffett Rule” would “stabilize” our national debt over the next ten years. In reality, however, it would do almost nothing to solve our lingering budget woes or pay off our national debt. Nevertheless, his unrelenting tax-the-rich mantra seems to be resonating with voters. According to the latest Gallup poll, 6 in 10 Americans support the Buffett rule – named for billionaire investor Warren Buffett – a policy that would impose a 30...