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Phil Isn't the One Who Needs to Apologize

TLG62 Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 12:52 PM
“Once a person makes enough to pay their basic bills, they have enough money” okay, if that’s how you feel, who decides as to what are basic bills? By your logic, if someone decide to purchase a second TV, they should be imprisoned because that is not part of the (government approved) "basic bills”, because there is no need for a second TV and that money could of “helped” the underachievers… there is a place that is perfect for your ideal country, it’s called North Korea. "Our nation was founded upon the principle of equality" a little education: it's equality under the law, not on material things... but your leftist indoctrination seem to fit you well

Please tell me this is some sort of a sick joke.

Phil Mickelson is a professional golfer. He makes boatloads of money. Millions. What’s more, he makes boatloads of money for a lot of other people in the process, including generating massive contributions to charity. He’s a jobs creator and an engine of economic growth, as are many other pro golfers and athletes.

So Mickelson takes a look at his income tax burden, and is displeased. First we have Obama and the Democrats riding roughshod over the GOP and enacting a 4.6% tax increase on the evil rich. Then we...