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  • yanksgiantsjoe yanksgiantsjoe Sep 18, 2008 4:34 PM Flag

    absolute Bull$hit

    WE ALL PAY TAXES NUMB NUTS LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Problem is those over 250,00 per year income have not been paying their fair share...

      Remember, somebody in America has to do the menial jobs and receives a subsistence salary for their work while those making the large salaries usually have someone under them that do the hard work and they take the gravy...

      I can't wait until you rich guys have to start paying more taxes and I hope it is large enough for you to feel some of the pain that the working class has to feel......

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      • I started out poor, worked hard, and now many would consider me one of the "rich guys". I put myself through college, started at the bottom, and worked my way up. I'm not special, I just realized early that I live in a place(America), where I have every opportunity, and if I don't avail myself of those opportunities, it's no one's fault but my own.

        Please explain to me why I, or anyone else who's achieved through hard work owes you, or anyone else a piece of what we've earned. I may choose to give to those people or causes I believe in, but I don't believe I owe.

        For the vast majority of people who stay in menial jobs very long, it is a result of their choices.

 
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