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#31 Delhommey



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Posted 30 April 2009 - 10:22 PM

You have still missed my point. Graduated income tax is based on income Not Accumulated wealth, hence you can be rich without having a large income and you can have a large income without having a large amount of accumulated wealth.

Ps having children can be more considerably more expensive than the money you save in taxes.

And you've missed the point that the current system is harder on wages, not income.

And of course children are more expensive that the subsidy.

#32 engine9


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Posted 30 April 2009 - 10:59 PM

And of course children are more expensive that the subsidy.

you log back on in the morning when you sober up and you correct this shiite mister

#33 PhillyB


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Posted 01 May 2009 - 12:13 AM

Both sides are based in greed.

Rich: "I earned what I earned (or was given was I was given) and it's mine and nobody else should have it." Greedy, materialistic.

Not Rich: "Life hasn't treated me like the rich guy and it's not fair that he gets all that while I don't." Greedy, materialistic.

The poor want to be rich and the rich want to be richer. Both sides are equally focused on the tangibles. Makes you think.