Going to see him in April. This show is getting rave reviews. Of course, anyone could funny with this kind of material!!!
Wow. I didn't realize that he is that wealthy...
He has one of the easiest jobs today...Hilarious material comes by the second it seems anymore..
Should be a great and funny show!!
Another 1%er giving the President money. What a surprise.
Is this an example of the wealthy trying to buy political influence and having too big of an effect on elections that I have heard so much about???
In a world where people kill each other for a spoonful of rice and kids perish by the thousands of hunger and disease, this nimrod gives a million bucks to a ****ing politician.
What a waste.
But then it is Bill Maher.
<bullmikey shrugges his shoulders, shakes his fat head in dismay, and gets up to fetch another cup of Earl Grey to soothe his stormy brow.>
When "the left" plays the game played by "the right", the squeals begin.
Ya'll asked for it... you got it.
Hmmm. I wonder what it takes to be a "1%er"...?
The cutoff for the 1 percent varies depending on how income is calculated. On the low end, an analysis of census data puts the cutoff at $380,000 for a household and provides a wealth of demographic characteristics that were used in this article. On the high end, the Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances, which uses a broader measure of income that includes capital gains, yielded a cutoff of $690,000 in 2007, the most recent year of data available. The Tax Policy Center, a nonpartisan group, makes projections based on Internal Revenue Service data and adjusts for people who do not file taxes. It puts the cutoff at $530,000 per tax return in 2011. Even by that gauge, though, $380,000 would still put a family well above the 95th percentile. There is little current data that would allow a measurement of the 1 percent by wealth.
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