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Buffett is the master hypocrite... All the while calling for higher taxes, and yet fighting the IRS on paying what they say he already owes...
Mr. Buffett, PAY YOUR TAXES! And since you are such a fan of the estate tax, and are dodging that, PAY that too! You can give what is left to charity!
If there ever was an award for hypocracy, Buffett should be the gold medal winner!
How about looking at every person getting a check... see if they really need it or not . See if they are just milking the system or if they are really in need... Welfare was not set up to be a way of life.... I know people on the 4th generation of check drawers.... Example... Had a man working here... making 18 a hr as a mechanic. Had 1 kid and one on the way..... went and asked for a pay cut becaue he was going to loose his medical card.... so when he didn't get the cut.... he quit....to keep his medical card...He didnt need the card because he was able to work and have a 18hr job.... How about just making everyone pay their share of taxes.... ie.. do away with income taxes and make a national sales tax... you cant work for cash and not pay your taxed then !!!!
Is that it ?
If you give millions or billions to the Obuma campaign your a GOOD one percenter!
If you don't your an 'evil" rich person?
Hey , commies, here's my middle finger salute
SHARE YOUR WEALTH - NOT MINE and then---
KISS MY ****!
At what point do we accept the fact that this is primarily an overspending problem, not a revenue problem?
Write a check A-HOLE, you already owe the Fed over $1 BILLION in back taxes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do college students have decades invested in Social Security?
Do college students have homes being foreclosed upon?
Do college students have families to feed/clothe?
A vast MINORITY do, but the vast MAJORITY have no clue what the real world is like yet, they have been sitting in dorm rooms, and frat houses living off of student loans and attending the 4 hrs of classes a day. They have no idea the economical fiasco awaiting them the second they walk off that stage with a diploma and $100,000 in student loan debt, with no job opportunities.......
Obama needs to step up and explain himself to the AMERICAN PEOPLE, not indoctrinated college students!
Since after reading through these comments and noticing the comments on 'class warfare' and 'rep vs. dems' etc. can someone please answer me this?
I completely understand unemployment (welfare) is needed for when someone gets laid off, loses their job, has a family to support, pay bills etc.....BUT when someone recieves government aid they dont have to do a SINGLE thing but sit back and collect government aid... Why dosnt the government require people while they are recieving unemployment (since they are not working) to perform community and/or public service to recieve the aid?
If you want unemployment, they should make it so you still have to work to recieve it...clean up the park, volunteer for a school, help your community, etc. so they dont just sit there for months doing nothing while they collect free aid from the government. I think if people had to perform public/community service they would try alittle harder to find another job while reciving government aid.
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