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He's Mad as Hell and Not Going to Invest Anymore

TunTavern Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 3:05 PM
"With Obama et al taking more and more of the fruits of our labor, why would these folks stay?" Did you mean stay in NYC or stay in America? Because most wealthy will stay in America because they know every other decent country has even higher taxes. Canada? Australia? Europe? They have much higher taxes. Try Denmark for example, where the AVERAGE tax rate is fifty percent. You can imagine what the rich pay there. But I suppose there's always Switzerland. LOL! Though they'll be changing theirs soon enough.
restoreliberty Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 7:27 PM
Paid off my house, paid off all my vehicles, paid all my consumer debt, sold 2/3 of my business and layed off all my employees. Semi-retired at 47 with just enough clients to pay my utilities and travel and stay under the filing threshold.

We're not all as dumb and compliant as sheeple that believe in retrogressive redistributionist failed philosophies.
YESWECAN Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 5:09 PM
You say that Rush Limbaugh said he would leave the country. That is a lie. Lying commie/liberal you are all alike LIARS, LIARS, LIARS.
TunTavern Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 3:49 PM
Singapore sucks. Too hot and muggy. I've been there twice for work.
Switzerland is amazing though, AND they're like the only European country that is gun friendly. So conservatives should really love it.
They won't move there, though. Less than two percent of the conservatives will actually DO anything. They talk a big game but it's all talk, and Obama knows that. Like Rush Limbaugh claiming he would leave the country if ObamaCare was passed. Well, he's still here.
Conservatives will spend everyday whining on the net, but nothing more. Millions of them couldn't even bother to go to the polls---you think they're going to go to another country!? LOL!
Colonialgirl Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 3:16 PM
Try Singapore where many of the rich have fled or maybe Switzerland as to your claim, you have no proof.
"Why this fat cat likes Obama's tax plan" was the headline of a full-page ad La Jolla, Calif., investor Norman Lizt took out in The New York Times in August.

No, it wasn't really an endorsement. Lizt wrote that he has been a successful investor over the years, but if Americans re-elected President Barack Obama and his proposed tax hike became law, Lizt would face a marginal tax rate of "well over 50 percent." He wrote, "This represents the crossing of an inviolate threshold to me and is entirely unacceptable."

Lizt explained that he liked Obama's tax plan because it would prompt him...