Thursday, April 14, 2011

9 Things the Rich Don't Want You to Know About Taxes

9 Things the Rich Don't Want You to Know About Taxes.

This is basically the same things I always talk about. Basically, you are being lied to.


dmarks said...

All of these are claims/arguments/points I've seen in the mainstream "corporate" media. There's no hiding of anything.

Yeah, I am being lied to again... by you.

BB-Idaho said...

When we ancient ones were kids, there was a booming
"The period from the end of World War II to the early 1970s was a golden era of American capitalism. $200 billion in war bonds matured, and the G.I. Bill financed a well-educated work force. The middle class swelled, as did GDP and productivity. The U.S. underwent a kind of golden age of economic growth. This growth was distributed fairly evenly across the economic classes, which some attribute to the strength of labor unions in this period—labor union membership peaked historically in the U.S. during the 1950s, in the midst of this massive economic growth."
...and everyone paid taxes. Bottom bracket 20%,
top bracket 91%. Odd, now folks think lowering taxes
will stimulate the economy...

Toad734 said...


What here is a lie? References and citations will be provided of course right?? Or are you just someone who says "Tax cuts pay for themselves" without baking it up?

dmarks said...

I was referring in general to the "don't want you to know" conspiracy type theory. At least you aren't as bad as "Project Censored", which gets all its stories from uncensored mainstream media.

By the way, thanks for the Michigan Militia comment on my blog. I only just now found it. I know all about those whackos.