July 15, 2012
Mechanics of President Obama's Proposal to Raise Taxes on the 'Rich'
Citizens for Tax Justice:
- Bush Tax Cut Proposal Calculator
- Fact Sheet: Fact Sheet: Proposals for Extending Bush Tax Cuts for Another Year Would Cost Upwards of $240 Billion
- Fact Sheet: How Many People Are Rich Enough to Lose Part of the Bush Tax Cuts Under Obama's Proposal?
- Married Couples with Incomes Between $250,000 and $300,000 Would Lose Only 2% of Their Bush Income Tax Cuts under Obama Plan versus GOP Plan
- U.S. Taxpayers and the Bush Tax Cuts Obama’s Approach vs. Congressional GOP’s Approach
- IRS Data Shows That Businesses Will Bear Brunt of Obama's Tax Hike
- The $250,000 Threshold: How Does It Work?
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Paul, first you pound us with articles from The NY Times, then NPR, and today Citizens for Tax Justice and its "Fact Sheet" - all with left-wing agendas. Surely you can do better than this. There's still Mother Jones and The Nation that you can quote for analyses along with views of the Socialist Workers and Muslim Brotherhood.
For some measure of balance that you missed, today, July 15th, is the "Cost of Government Day," the day on which the average American worker has earned enough gross income to pay off his or her share of the spending and regulatory burden imposed by government at the federal, state and local levels. Let's celebrate!
Posted by: Woody | Jul 15, 2012 10:29:17 AM
P.S. Get out of California before those folks completely ruin you with their theories on taxation.
Posted by: Woody | Jul 15, 2012 10:32:24 AM
Woody sure used a lot of words to actually not argue against or point out any incorrections of the data in any links that were posted.
Posted by: trueslicky | Jul 16, 2012 2:32:17 AM
Yes, instead of the Muslim Brotehrhood--which would be oh so relevant--there were links provided by the "Tax Foundation"....
Posted by: trueslicky | Jul 16, 2012 2:36:47 AM
trueslicky, I would have followed your guidance except for the fact that I had another point to make, which apparently went over your head. Notice, yourself, that you did not address the data in the article, either, because you were attempting to make a point against me, although it fell flat.
Posted by: Woody | Jul 16, 2012 7:43:38 PM