Paul L. CaronDean
Thursday, February 4, 2010
By Paul Caron
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and it ain't typically the heirs of those who produced massive wealth who are creating new wealth.
What do you suppose those heirs do with all the money that those states are confiscating? Please give some specific examples.
Posted by: PA | Feb 5, 2010 7:19:55 AM
It's arrogance to believe everything you've received in life is yours.
Any less arrogant than the governemnt believing it owns everything you receive in life, except for the portion it grants back to you out of the benevelance of its heart?
Posted by: SouthernRoots | Feb 5, 2010 6:36:13 AM
I guess Warren Buffet and William Gates, Sr. would rather die in Ohio. It's incredible arrogance to suggest that the U.S. fiscal crisis and the plight of the U.S. worker would be worsened by an inheritance tax. It ain't the worker who's paying the tax, and it ain't typically the heirs of those who produced massive wealth who are creating new wealth.
It's arrogance to believe everything you've received in life is yours. But I don't expect most readers of this blog to even begin to understand that.
Posted by: peter | Feb 4, 2010 12:13:32 PM
Better yet, just don't die.
Posted by: Woody | Feb 4, 2010 8:41:50 AM
The map is inaccurate. New Jersey has both an inheritance and estate tax and yet it is colored white.
Posted by: Peter | Feb 4, 2010 6:41:17 AM
America is on the brink of a national fiscal and retirement security crisis. Congress has misused the American workers’ money. Only personal accounts owned by the worker will stop Congress from further raids on workers’ paychecks. There is no time to waste.
Posted by: sohbet | Feb 4, 2010 3:35:52 AM
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