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Investor-Class Dead Heat

rpexplorer Wrote: May 09, 2012 6:08 AM
The invester favoring the Buffet rule is because of what? - I favor lower taxes on investment income but hit me with a surtax? Seems that something else is influencing this attitude. Perhaps some confusion on the message? If the government actually had a clean set of books, and got rid of baseline budgeting, and . . . what a mess - We have picked winners and losers for so long and skewed the national assessment (tax) to the point of it being a worthless concept covered in band aids.
SpaceVegetable Wrote: May 09, 2012 7:59 PM
Maybe they actually believe the tripe that Buffett is shoveling about taxes. Someone ought to point out the real statistics of the top 25% already paying some 86% of all income taxes. A lot of people are unfortunately not reading past the headlines or sound bites, hence the number of people still pushing nonsense like the "GE pays no taxes" line of baloney.
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