Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Tax cuts for the rich or food for the poor
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Washington debates tax cuts for people making more than $250,000 a year, while far too many struggle at the other end of the economic spectrum. Can you say skewed priorities?
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OK, I’ll try one more time.
You, and your thugs in Gooferment, have no right to steal wealth from honest hard working people.
The 250k nonsense ignores the fact that most small businesses file their taxes as an individual. So, in the frenzy of jealousy to “tax the rich”, you manage to screw most of the small businesses in the USA. Who do you think does most of the hiring?
When you have a “minimum wage”, you interfere with the right of people to freely contract. Minimum prices for wages ensure unemployment!
Please recognize that your “Big Gooferment” whine really hurts the little people. The rich have choices; the poor don’t. For example, the Maryland “millionaire’s tax”, John Kerry on where to dock that boat, doctors that limit their practices, the owner of the Buffalo Sabres moves to Florida, and on and on and on!
Oh and by the way, corporations DON’T pay taxes; only real people do. So guess who can’t avoid paying those “corporate taxes” with a large part of their income? Yup, the poor!
Argh! It seems so OBVIOUS.
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And, the false choice in the title is absurd. It’s not like an either or.
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