why should I tell my childern to study and work hard?"the parasites" who work multiple part-time jobs with dependents and are one paycheck or medical emergency away from financial ruin
Last edited by MDvet; 11-28-2012 at 11:38 AM.
Oh dear! It looks like there is another "Flaming Squid" in progress...
The Butfatt of Omaha had his gambling on the financial sector bailed out to the tune of billions. That he would have the audacity to call anyone else a moocher is beyond the pale.
Justing by so much disagreement, I'd say we are screwed. As in, don't touch my entitlements and don't make me pay more taxes to a corrupt government that will spend it on wasteful garbage so they can say they need to collect more in taxes to keep up with the spending. It's our government people. What our reps. due is only a reflection of what we want them to do. Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the real hypocrite here?
The Democrats and Republicans will both agree (in the end) to screw the successful upper middle class. Because that is where the most money with the least power is located. Individuals earning $150-250K and couples earning $200-$300K.
I'm laughing, in good company, at any description of someone making 250k as being middle class.
It's highly amusing to watch the towel boys for their golden child Warren Buffet stutter for any cogent response to Buffets statement. The billionaire class are indeed the moocher class. It must be deeply aggravating to have your hero parrot what I've been telling you flunkies for years. LOL Nice catch Calamari. Your thread has made my morning.
The feeder fish have yet again fallen for the engorged Buttfat's illicium. Such, of course, is but the manifestation the Achilles' heel of avarice of the looter class.
Prygryssyves want anything but people being treated equally.
But you see, everyone isn't treated fairly. Just because you're rich doesn't mean you should be fleeced and just because you're poor doesn't mean you get a free ride. As the President has said, everyone needs to have skin in the game. Whether you pay millions in taxes or a few dollars, everyone needs to be a player. Maybe we should do away with all deductions/credits and pay taxes according to our income however large or small those taxes may be.
Oh lord, it's the whole "poor people are so lucky!" argument.
See post #3
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