By Bob L.
Sun.09 18 2011
Now why would any one want to stop a tax increase on the Rich, is it because all those over under Educated Idiots in D.C. all make over ONE MILLION a year above what they get paid to do a job that they don’t have any Idea of what they are doing, other than Protecting the themselves and the rich.
The next thing that will probably come out of the White House is that the unions will get a big tax break, if you check you will see that the big companies are paying on average, wages over One Hundred Thousand a Year, and you hear Obama saying that he wants to give them a tax break, now people making this should not get a tax break, if they do then you can say that the Government is Discriminating against people living on poverty level and below, the tax cut should be Fifty Thousand a Year and under that should get the tax break.
I have tried to find where this free Country went after 1967, but every time I look at the paper or turn on the Television, all I see or hear about this is the Wealthy getting away with breaking the law that us poor FOLKS go to jail for, a good example Shop Lifting, Drunk Driving, Hit and Run, Drug Possession, and there is more that the law turns their back on when it comes to the RICH, NOW where is this free Country when it comes to the law, and who controls it.
Set their wages at FIFTY THOUSAND a YEAR to do the job, and they have to pay for every thing else, just like the American people do, Americans don’t get a free ride, they should not be able to either.
THEY ARE NOT THINKING ABOUT THE PEOPLE, THEY ARE ONLY WORRIED ABOUT GETTING ELECTED, OR REELECTED, THEY WILL LIE ABOUT WHAT EVER YOU WANT THEM TO LIE TO YOU ABOUT.
By Alister Bull
Sat.09 17 2011
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama, in a populist gesture designed to appeal to voters, will propose a “Buffett Tax” on people making more than $1 million a year as part of his deficit recommendations to Congress on Monday.
Such a proposal, among suggestions to a congressional Super Committee expected to seek up to $3 trillion in deficit savings over 10 years, would appeal to his Democratic base ahead of the 2012 election but likely not raise much in revenues. Continue reading