April 13, 2012

Buffett Rule Singles Out Just 400 People

Edward Morrissey, The Fiscal Times

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The Buffett Rule tax increase hawked by President Barack Obama and the Democrats in Congress uses taxation power to target a small group of individuals for confiscation for no better purpose than to fit their political aspirations.  The real purpose targets one individual in particular who might keep Obama from winning a second term in office. 

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