Drew Sheneman for August 06, 2010

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    WarBush  over 13 years ago

    <======The stockmarket is the only market that matters! Its where the money is!

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    kennethcwarren64  over 13 years ago

    The rich pay far less of their income in taxes then the rest of us do,

    With a good tax lawyer it is easy to end up not paying any taxes at all.

    There is a good reason that the top 1% of the population owns 35% of the nations wealth , while the bottom 50% owns 3% of the nations wealth.

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    myming  over 13 years ago

    DUH…

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    Dtroutma  over 13 years ago

    Exactly what does anyone working on Wall Street actually PRODUCE? I’ve never seen many blisters, or dirt under THEIR fingernails. It used to be money invested was actually used by companies to make improvements and increase production- the market today isn’t much different than walking into a casino, and the house always “wins”.

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    lalas  over 13 years ago

    One would think that with the increased disparity between the haves and have-nots created since 2000… the haves would have pulled all the have-nots up with them.

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    kennethcwarren64  over 13 years ago

    “Submitted by wd4freedom on Sun, 10/18/2009 - 11:45 in * Daily Paul Liberty Forum

    Top 1% own 38.1% Top 96-99% own 21.3% Top 90-95% own 11.5%

    And it gets much uglier as you proceed downward. Bottom 40% of population has 0.2% of all wealth.”

    So is it such a surprise that the top brackets should pay the taxes? After all, they’re the ones with the money.

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    WarBush  over 13 years ago

    ^Dude, haven’t you heard? They earned that money fair and square. Sure they had to lay off a bunch of people so that stock price looks good and they can make a mint off dividends, but hey, its all legit. Why do you hate America?

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    lalas  over 13 years ago

    Uh yeah…. That’s what we want Charlie… for business to close. Can you avoid reducing every argument to simplistic idiocy? 8-/

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    lalas  over 13 years ago

    Big business should act in good faith, something we don’t hear much about now-a-days. I refer you to the recent case against Wells Fargo.

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