24 Dec

The Majority Doesn’t Have A Right to Steal My Money Just Because They Vote For It

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Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 24 years.

3 Responses to The Majority Doesn’t Have A Right to Steal My Money Just Because They Vote For It

  1. Mully says: 1

    Once you get more people riding in the wagon than puling the wagon, those riding will never vote to have to pull the wagon. In time those pulling will tire of it and stop pulling. Then it gets ugly.

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  2. bwax says: 2

    Like a true liberal, he won’t shut up long enough to hear from the other side.

    The progressive income tax is simply NOT FAIR. Why should we penalize success in this country? Why should those who refuse to work for a living be supported by our tax dollars?

    We need a flat tax rate that applies to everyone!

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  3. Greg says: 3

    10 Things Republicans Don’t Want You to Know About the “Fiscal Cliff”

    This list is even better:

    Ten Numbers the Rich Would Like Fudged

    That ten might be worth listing, for the benefit of those who will never click on the link:

    1. Only THREE PERCENT of the very rich are entrepreneurs.
    2. Only FOUR OUT OF 150 countries have more wealth inequality than us.
    3. An amount equal to ONE-HALF the GDP is held untaxed overseas by rich Americans.
    4. Corporations stopped paying HALF OF THEIR TAXES after the recession.
    5. Just TEN Americans made a total of FIFTY BILLION DOLLARS in one year.
    6. Tax deductions for the rich could pay off 100 PERCENT of the deficit.
    7. The average single black or Hispanic woman has about $100 IN NET WORTH.
    8. Elderly and disabled food stamp recipients get $4.30 A DAY FOR FOOD. (Outrageous, isn’t it?)
    9. Young adults have lost TWO-THIRDS OF THEIR NET WORTH since 1984.
    10. The American public paid about FOUR TRILLION DOLLARS to bail out the banks.

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