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Then lets all split Warren Buffets stuff. He seems to have a guilt complex over it in the media anyway.

Although, he and his lawyers keep trying to dodge taxes and keep as much as possible. Funny how that happens with libs, but yeah, let me know how we can divide his stuff. The Cosco guy would be another who seems to support all stuff "lib", but he too trying to dodge taxes. Washington Post, ditto. What is it with the bullhorns on the left who say we need more taxes but try their best to dodge them?

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Then lets all split Warren Buffets stuff. He seems to have a guilt complex over it in the media anyway.

Although, he and his lawyers keep trying to dodge taxes and keep as much as possible. Funny how that happens with libs, but yeah, let me know how we can divide his stuff. The Cosco guy would be another who seems to support all stuff "lib", but he too trying to dodge taxes. Washington Post, ditto. What is it with the bullhorns on the left who say we need more taxes but try their best to dodge them?

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just so we're clear here, by reading that and interpreting it as though i was projecting actual entitlement to your parents' wealth, you actually confirmed that you feel entitled to it

here let me clear it up for you: when your parents die, what makes you more deserving to their assets than anyone else? what happened to the libertarian, boot-strappy mantra? it's almost as if it only really applies to everyone else, never to you. how could you live with yourself after receiving that handout? better yet, how can you live with yourself after arguing in this very thread that you won't get enough of a handout which, of course, is all that an inheritance is?

Who else is entitled to Kurb's parents wealth if they deem he should receive it? Not me. Not you. No one else is, not even the gov't.

He is their heir, he should receive it if that is his parents choice. It's not a hard concept.

You're playing apples and oranges to try and make some obscure point about "libertarians" and it's not working.

I'm with Bronn on this... the issue, as Cantrell has tried to derail it to, is not the heir issue, it's the fact that the gov't is taxing monies multiple times.

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here let me clear it up for you: when your parents die, what makes you more deserving to their assets than anyone else? what happened to the libertarian, boot-strappy mantra?

As a libertarian, I can say I don't think you understand our platform.

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I'm sorry but what transfer of wealth ISN'T taxed?

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I'm sorry but what transfer of wealth ISN'T taxed?

The money I pay to my landscaper "Raul."

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But seriously there are plenty of wealth transfers that are not taxed. Life insurance and trusts come to mind immediately.

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Horrible horrible tax. I hate this fuging gov't

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Horrible horrible tax. I hate this fuging gov't

The fact that you would be drawn and quartered in many other countries for saying the bolded makes me lol

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The fact that you would be drawn and quartered in many other countries for saying the bolded makes me lol

In other news...Harry Belafonte (leftist) wants all of Obama's opposition to be imprisoned and Obama to act more like a 3rd world dictator

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