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...
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Thazts great to hear. Now explain to that 60% that they should be thrilled their bosses can pay 30% more taxes instead of giving them, employess raises OR hiring more people. TAX the dang millionairs, off with their heads! You taking job applications?
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