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Want More in Taxes? Create a Job

karpe diem Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 1:33 PM
in one word: Regulations. a business has to be able to plan activities in the long term, but if you plan to expand or to purchase equipment and the rug is pulled from under you by unforeseen changes you do not want to plan, you just stay put. and who suffers? the job seekers who will not get a job.

The millionaire poster boy of the tax-the-rich crowd, who amazed everyone with the revelation that rich people don’t pay their fair share by his talking about his own example, has released his tax returns online with an accompanying asterisk because the truth is a lot less dramatic than his claims.

Turns out that Eric Schoenberg, chief cheerleader for United for a Fair Economy, only made about $37,000 after he paid his expenses, local taxes and accounted for charitable contributions.

He originally claimed he had income of over $200,000.  

After telling the AP that he only paid one percent in...