America's Socialism for the Rich: “Only the little people by Dan Keppel MBA

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By Dan Keppel MBA

"We do not pay taxes. basically the little humans pay taxes."

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Socialism for the wealthy: We pay extra so a number of can get very wealthy. source of revenue inequality is at its optimum because the Robber Barons ruled.
     Real wages (after inflation) have FALLEN. operating humans earn much less now than within the 1970s--even while either spouses work.
       Tax coverage and subsidies from the millionaire Congress have created America's model of Socialism . . . for the wealthy. the rich like Warren Buffett pay merely 17% overall tax! 

       We pay 33% overall tax (97 in all: source of revenue, revenues, payroll, SS, Medicare, gasoline plus (health, incapacity, unemployment). professional tax avoiders like Mitt Romney and John Kerry pay below 15%. such a lot organizations cover source of revenue in company shells like GM Apple and Google and pay 10% or much less. Our "democratic" govt acts to "take from the operating humans (in better taxes) and provides to the already wealthy, (in subsidies) legally." They take 33%; double the 17%.
      As Leona Helmsley confided, "We do not pay taxes. simply the little humans pay taxes." we're the little humans simply because we do not have the lobbyists and legal professionals to prevent paying our fair proportion. Buffett admitted millionaires may be paying no less than 30%. they do not simply because they've got "juice" - impact. even if they're on a payroll, their taxes are capped. The wealthiest americans paid simply 20% tax price no longer felony expense of 39.6%. 1,470 prosperous humans paid no source of revenue tax.

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