Social security has an income cap, and for those who are employed, the employers pick up 1/2 of that.<quoted text>So if social security is 15.3%, non-negotiable, everyone pays, and Federal tax is X, state tax is Y, state sales tax, etc, give me a break down, not skewed national averages based on GDP figures. Thats average national figures, not Minnesota figures.
There's no "skewed national averages", as the claim addressed national averages and the response was tailored to that. The claim was not close to the actual level.
Perhaps if you had a specific request, and weren't so demanding, I could assist you in finding answers to your questions.