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It's Time for the GOP to Sacrifice the Billionaires

Milt37 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 11:53 AM
Here's a better idea! How about a Hollywood tax? Since the entertainment industry always does so well, even during economic downturns, this would be perfect. Even the worst movies nowadays seem to rake in hundreds of millions of dollars, and a lot of them are either sequels of earlier bad movies or poor remakes of 1950-1960 cartoons or TV sitcoms. Does a minimally talented actor like Matt Damon really deserve much more than minimum wage? Since he loves to rage about 'underpaid' teachers, any money he makes above a typical teachers salary should be taxed at 90%.
Milt37 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 12:05 PM
Also, since these know-nothing Hollywood types love to spout-off on politics, whenever they're not flubbing the 89th. take on a scene where all they have to say is, "Hello.", they should have to pay a Carbon Tax for spewing a lot of hot air into the atmosphere, and perhaps contributing to global warming, not to mention my boredom.

If, in a parallel universe, that were to ever happen, you'd see skid marks all over Hollywood Blvd. from those idiots suddenly veering right.
I’m a small businessman who believes we are all over-taxed. I would not raise anyone’s taxes. But since Obama’s pet billionaires like Warren Buffett are so quick to sell out the upper middle class…two can play at that game! Obama has the GOP Congress between a rock and a hard place. Here's a compromise that turns the tables on Obama.

I say it’s time to sacrifice the billionaires to save small business...and the GOP.

Let’s start with the Warren Buffett story. Buffett is a complete phony, a con man. He’s the biggest tax avoider in America, yet...