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Let the Real Fat Cats Pay Their Fair Share

Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 12:02 PM
The problem with raising taxes on the top 2% is that there are only a handful of them, hardly enough to make any serious impact on the deficit. in spite of their individual wealth.
Ron781 Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 12:45 PM
Maybe not many but it will shut them up so they will quit saying the BS they say that helps convince the Have Nots to go along. There is a tie between the Haves and Have Nots that is trying to suck the Have Some Wants More crowd dry so the Have can have more. Duh.....

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...