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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 !!!!
Berkshire still doesn’t pay a dividend, and as for capital gains taxes, well, Mr. Buffett has already made clear that he’ll largely avoid them by transferring his fortune to the Gates Foundation and to charitable trusts controlled by his family. In fact, at the 2010 Berkshire annual shareholders meeting, according to Dow Jones Newswires, Mr. Buffett urged attendees to “follow my tax dodging example” and give away their wealth.
Warren Buffett, fooling useless idiots with each and every word.......
I don't get it the only thing these people know how to do is raise taxes, their solution to everthing is to raise taxes, their whole economic plan is to raise taxes that's it. And what do they do with the money when they get it, steal it for their cronies and their bigger goverment. Obama has stolen almost 5 trillion dollars from the american people and left them with scraps. Obama is the leader of a massive cult, no matter what he says his sheep think it's gospel, it's impossible to try an convince them otherwise.Their hatred runs to deep. Obama is the leader of the White Peoples Haters Club and the biggest racist in the country. Good decent people are tired of being accused of being racist, by the real true racist and con artist Obama Sharpton and that ugly mumbling moron Jesse Jackson. The good news is people are rapidly waking up to the truth.
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!
These "left leaning" billionaires will be jumping through the loopholes created for them and laughing their asses off as they do it!
How about Buffet pay the taxes he ALREADY OWES?
Buffett Rule, what a joke Warren is because here is an insider to both administrations who profited from buying preferred stocks in banks he knew would receive taxpayer bailouts. Goldman Sachs, BOA, Citi and more knowing his bets would be backed by government on banks being to big too fail. He still has yet to settle a $billion plus back taxes issue with the IRS on his Berkshire Hathaway company.
This fraud and political a$$ kisser can write a check anytime he wants to and pay what he owes besides contributing his 30% plus in taxes as he suggests. Buffett still takes dividend payments on his holdings instead of income to stay within the 15% tax bracket avoiding the higher taxes he advocates. His secretary is still waiting for her boss to pay his fair share as she does.
Hypocrisy and politics from a "folksy and honest" tail that wags the dog.
Everyone in the country worth 300 thousand or more should be required to pay twenty thousand dollars cash on the budget deficit, and the amount of cash paid should go up for people who are worth more like four hundred thousand should pay twenty five thousand, 500,000 pay thirty thousand one million pay fifty thousand, then all banks, corporations, business on a sliding scale would pay fifty thousand up to A billion dollars cash.
They could raise two trillion dollars over night, and the country would save at least four trillion dollars of interest money over ten years, this would get things back on track much faster, and the ones paying would get tax breaks to cover this over ten years, it would then justify leaving the Bush tax cuts in place for another two years, and give the congress time to reform the tax system without the pressure, these people paying would not be going through any hardship by doing this, and they also would benefit greatly by it, also they should raise enough to fund infrastructure, and start rebuilding the infrastructure that needs repairs or replaced this will create jobs, this could be done in a month to get the economy going, and instead of waiting ten years they could do it now and wait ten years for their tax breaks to get their money back that would be working together for the good of the nation!!!
Yeah, you don't very good service when you call--and there's probably 10-20% dead wood getting our tax monies, but don't forget you also get protection for clean water and air, but many probably just take that for granted.
So, government haters, get lost or go to China and see what you get for your money.
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