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Here Mr Straw Man, I'd like you to meet one of your biggest fans - Informed Opinion. Yes, I know, the user name is rather ironic. We've gotten quite a chuckle over it on here. Anyway, as you can see from his previous posts, he has proven by his own words that he would rather see the Flexible Spending Accounts program diminished rather than risk the possibility that a "rich" person might perhaps derive some small benefit from it. Yes,, I know, the program was designed to help families save pre-tax money for medical, dental or other dependent care for their children or senior parents that isn't covered by their insurance. Yes, I know there are a great deal of restrictions placed on who can qualify and what expenses can be reimbursed through it. But that doesn't matter to him. But this is where you come in. You see, instead of just admitting what his own posts have shown, he is using you to claim that "the rich" don't want to buy medical insurance at all and want to use FSA's instead to both avoid having to pay for insurance and avoid paying taxes. Yes, we all know it is a, we'll be kind here, foolish argument. But he keeps making it. He has this obsession about "the rich" not paying enough taxes. What's that you asked? Oh, yes, he's been told too many times to count how the "rich" pay the lion's share of taxes, but it just doesn't matter. I just thought you might like to meet one of your biggest fans.
Get that down and we might try to move on towards logic and reasoning.