Monday, March 26, 2012

Where is Buffet's secretary's tax return

If we are making public policy based on two peoples' tax return how can we do it without some basic information, like seeing the tax returns?

The Democrats want a tax increase so they are basing their message on the tale that Warren Buffett pays taxes at a lower rate than many of his much-lower -paid staff. A tale? How do we know what Buffet says is true?

We do know the Democrats are panting for a tax increase.

Sen. Chuck Schumer is going to have a vote on his Buffet tax increase on April 15. Will you be ready for tax increases on tax suffering day?

Global Post
Billionaire Warren Buffett has called for higher taxes on the wealthiest Americans, including himself, with a minimum 30 percent tax rate for anyone making more than $1 million per year. Currently, most investment income from capital gains and dividends is typically taxed up to 15 percent.

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