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<quoted text>wow!you repugs really just don't get it,do you.you accuse half of americans of being freeloaders and deadbeats.no wonder you're losing grounds so fast!
Step AWAY from MSNBC and Chris Matthews. Who will tell you how to think or what to post if your electricity goes out??? rotfl

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That post is now on the running for most incorrect post of the day.
Here's just an obvious example that took 1:18 to document.
From Business Insider:
Jim Cramer just went on a great Twitter tirade about the outrageousness of the tax loophole that allows hedge-fund and private-equity managers to pay 15% "capital gains" taxes while you and I pay much-higher "ordinary income" rates.
This loophole, which some think is one reason GOP front-runner Mitt Romney is scared to release his tax returns, is absurd.
To be clear:
There is no theoretical justification for it.
None.
The fact that the loophole exists is merely a function of the enormous power the financial industry has over Washington.
Didn't he state: "The SAME TYPE of income"? He wasn't comparing capital gains and earned income. At least that is what it appears to me. Is the capital gains tax not the same for everyone? That explains WHY Mitt Romney's tax rate is not the same as others that bring in less money. Most of his is capital gains, I am thinking. I guess I am wondering why the capital gains tax is considered a loophole. I see investments as a choice. If someone doesn't make enough or isn't disciplined enough to save and invest, perhaps they should make other choices.

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Thanks for bringing back the memory of Elly May.
If Grannie knew what my brothers and I were thinking watching the Beverly Hillbillies, she'd of been blasting both barrels of that shotgun before asking any questions.
You really don't think Grannie had ANY idea what you were thinking? lol
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No shit, Sherlock! WAGES (FICA) is the operative word, and it's $113,700.00 - my mistake there. So sue me.
http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/payroll/tax/wagelimit...
Wealth envy? Not hardly. I'm peddling as hard as I can to get there, and I'm going to! Already, 80% of my annual income is legally sheltered. In FY 2013, that should increase to 83% simply by taking full advantage of the law.
aplaud and admire your efforts,am afraid,however that it may be a lost cause.sad but true,the repugs have already dug their trenches,decided who are worthy,excluded the rest,and are holding there position.sad but true.but what really amazes me is that they think their money will somehow offset the the real american ideals.that we we all should have an equal chance for prosperity.
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<quoted text>another uninformed post...

It's one thing to know the facts, it's another thing to know the facts and the whole story. You only got part correct...unless you know what you're talking about, your "facts are as usueful as a $3 bill.

There is a "reason" why capital gains rate is at 15%. Do you know why and what the rationale is?

Why don't you check to see what the impact on carried interest is? Do you understand what it is and how it works?

"You and I" pay the same tax rates as other people.

Your last statement is the only one that makes sense, our tax system is absolutely ridiculous, but we all play by the same rules. Romney's capital gains rate is the same rate as mine (his taxable numbers are a helluva lot higher than mine) and yours (if you have any) and we all pay ordinary income tax rates from the same tax tables.

BTW, what exactly was incorrect about what Mr. or Ms. BM posted?
Saying the tax rates are fair because your long term capital gains tax rate is the same as my long term capital gain tax rate is silly. It's the same as saying we are taxed fairly because your 100 foot yacht is taxed the same as my 100 foot yacht.

Most Americans don't have 100 foot yachts, and most don't the discretionary income to invest in assets that generate capital gains. They "invest" in food, shelter, medicine, and their kid's education, then the money is gone.

Instead working Americans, who labor for their incomes, pays higher ordinary income tax rates, than the rich who pay 15%,(if anything at all) "earning" their income sitting by the pool waiting for their capital gains checks to arrive.

So when I take a break from watching my dancing pony perform and sell my stock Daddy gave me, I pay 15% on my $1,000,000 profit. When you crawl out of the ditch where you've been working 60 hours a week and cash your check for $$650, you pay a lot more.

Additionally, as the article identified, "Hedge Fund" income, is taxed at capital gain rate of 15% as if it is capital gain income, even if it isn't.

Hedge Funds were designed by the rich, to benefit the rich.

Here's how;

To invest in hedge funds, and get a reduced tax rate of 15%, you have to demonstrate you are an "Accredited Investor". This requires a net worth exceeding $1,000.000, and income exceeding $200,000 per year,$300,000 if your a couple.

Since only 3% qualify as "Accredited Investors", only 3%of us get their taxes reduced to 15%, while the other 97% of us Americans get screwed because they just aren't rich enough to qualify to be treated as "special".

And that's just one of thousands of ways the tax code is designed to benefit the rich.

I remember buying a Lincoln Navigator because the tax code allowed me to deduct the entire cost of the vehicle as it weighed over 6,000 lbs.

How idiotic was that, my vehicle purchase was subsidized by other taxpayers because I bought a huge, cumbersome, inefficient, gas guzzler. Those farmers had some damn good lobbyists.
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<quoted text>You really don't think Grannie had ANY idea what you were thinking? lol
Elly May really liked me, I know she did. I could tell. What a wholesome girl with a great set of values.
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<quoted text>Saying the tax rates are fair because your long term capital gains tax rate is the same as my long term capital gain tax rate is silly. It's the same as saying we are taxed fairly because your 100 foot yacht is taxed the same as my 100 foot yacht.

Most Americans don't have 100 foot yachts, and most don't the discretionary income to invest in assets that generate capital gains. They "invest" in food, shelter, medicine, and their kid's education, then the money is gone.

Instead working Americans, who labor for their incomes, pays higher ordinary income tax rates, than the rich who pay 15%,(if anything at all) "earning" their income sitting by the pool waiting for their capital gains checks to arrive.

So when I take a break from watching my dancing pony perform and sell my stock Daddy gave me, I pay 15% on my $1,000,000 profit. When you crawl out of the ditch where you've been working 60 hours a week and cash your check for $$650, you pay a lot more.

Additionally, as the article identified, "Hedge Fund" income, is taxed at capital gain rate of 15% as if it is capital gain income, even if it isn't.

Hedge Funds were designed by the rich, to benefit the rich.

Here's how;

To invest in hedge funds, and get a reduced tax rate of 15%, you have to demonstrate you are an "Accredited Investor". This requires a net worth exceeding $1,000.000, and income exceeding $200,000 per year,$300,000 if your a couple.

Since only 3% qualify as "Accredited Investors", only 3%of us get their taxes reduced to 15%, while the other 97% of us Americans get screwed because they just aren't rich enough to qualify to be treated as "special".

And that's just one of thousands of ways the tax code is designed to benefit the rich.

I remember buying a Lincoln Navigator because the tax code allowed me to deduct the entire cost of the vehicle as it weighed over 6,000 lbs.

How idiotic was that, my vehicle purchase was subsidized by other taxpayers because I bought a huge, cumbersome, inefficient, gas guzzler. Those farmers had some damn good lobbyists.
Speaking of tax breaks for yachts - now this is serendipitous - who's of think it ?

By Robert Frank
Associated Press

Yacht owners currently enjoy reduced taxes by deducting their yacht loans if they claim their yachts are actually second homes.

Democratic members of the House have proposed the “Ending Taxpayer Subsidies for Yachts Act,” which would allow deductions for yachts only for those who claim their boats as their primary residence.... yacht owners don’t need any special handouts, especially in the middle of a budget crisis,” said Gary Peters, a Democrat of Minnesota.

But Texas,(it's always Texas), plans to reduce state revenues by subsidizing yacht owners by capping the taxes paid on any yacht sale. Someone buying a $20,000,000 yacht and a $260,000 boat would pay the same dollar amount in state sales tax.

Rep Mike Villarreal, a Democrat of San Antonio sarcastically told the Express- News.“Have you considered turning this into an omnibus bill, and including limousines and fur coats and other luxury items? Because you know, we haven’t cut education enough this session, and there apparently aren’t enough nursing homes on the verge to close. What else can we do to bleed the state?”

Lord, you can't make this stuff up.
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Elly May really liked me, I know she did. I could tell. What a wholesome girl with a great set of values.
you may be joking but this is true.although i only spent a brief amount of time with donna douglas,she was very nice,polite,and nothing like the bimbo she portrayed on tv.and as best i could tell,a more worthy candidate than for any office than sarah palin.
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jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>you may be joking but this is true.although i only spent a brief amount of time with donna douglas,she was very nice,polite,and nothing like the bimbo she portrayed on tv.and as best i could tell,a more worthy candidate than for any office than sarah palin.
Jeb, you gotta tell us more about that.

She had to be smart to turn that role into a long term money maker for her.

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<quoted text>aplaud and admire your efforts,am afraid,however that it may be a lost cause.sad but true,the repugs have already dug their trenches,decided who are worthy,excluded the rest,and are holding there position.sad but true.but what really amazes me is that they think their money will somehow offset the the real american ideals.that we we all should have an equal chance for prosperity.
Are you saying that you haven't had an equal chance for prosperity? You most certainly HAVE had an equal chance. You have simply not made the DECISIONS that would have led to more prosperity. Good grief! I CAN'T believe that you are making such a statement. So! You think you are "entitled"? Seriously? What has stood in the way of YOU not having an EQUAL chance of prosperity???? I can't wait to read your answer. You are limited ONLY by your own choices. Please tell my how YOU haven't had an equal chance. I am astounded!

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...So when I take a break from watching my dancing pony perform and sell my stock Daddy gave me, I pay 15% on my $1,000,000 profit. When you crawl out of the ditch where you've been working 60 hours a week and cash your check for $$650, you pay a lot more.
Additionally, as the article identified, "Hedge Fund" income, is taxed at capital gain rate of 15% as if it is capital gain income, even if it isn't.
Hedge Funds were designed by the rich, to benefit the rich.
...I remember buying a Lincoln Navigator because the tax code allowed me to deduct the entire cost of the vehicle as it weighed over 6,000 lbs.
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There you go showing your wealth envy and lack of knowledge again. You seem to be wanting to hold a whole bunch of people "hostage", when, in actuality, it's a much smaller number of people you're upset with.

"Saying the tax rates are fair because your long term capital gains tax rate is the same as my long term capital gain tax rate is silly. It's the same as saying we are taxed fairly because your 100 foot yacht is taxed the same as my 100 foot yacht.
Most Americans don't have 100 foot yachts, and most don't the discretionary income to invest in assets that generate capital gains. They "invest" in food, shelter, medicine, and their kid's education, then the money is gone."

I don't recall how many tax returns I prepared last year, but the vast majority of them owned mutual funds and the majority of them owned individual stocks (Home Depot seemed to be quite popular). Not EVERYBODY owns stocks and mutual funds, but MANY do, for the long term growth potential AND the capital gains treatment. If those (and many others) people didn't invest in mutuals and the stock market, where would the capital come from?

BTW, check the tax tables, if memory serves correct to have a 15% tax rate, a couple has to have around $77K of TAXABLE income. To get TAXABLE income of $77K (depending on deductions, exemptions, etc.) a family's gross income could be $90K+(or more or less), which is around 75% HIGHER than the median household income in the US.

In other words, a family with gross income of 75% more than the median US income has a tax rate that is the same as the capital gains rate. Isn't $90K or $100K a pretty good family income?

"than the rich who pay 15%,(if anything at all) "earning" their income sitting by the pool waiting for their capital gains checks to arrive."

LMAO. Wealth envy-itis again. You think (most) wealthy people don't work their butts off? How many hours a week do you work, if at all?

BTW, AGAIN what exactly was wrong with what the BM said? Also, do you know the rationale of why the capital gains rate was reduced?

Another BTW, I'm familiar with the accredited investor rules. Quite familiar.

One good point you make:

"How idiotic was that, my vehicle purchase was subsidized by other taxpayers because I bought a huge, cumbersome, inefficient, gas guzzler. Those farmers had some damn good lobbyists."

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I have a question. Why is it okay for those who aren't rich to game the system and get away with it, but it's not okay for those who have made good financial decisions, inherited, won or somehow acquired a lot of money, not to take advantage of laws(loopholes) in order to protect their finances? I see major problems on BOTH ends of the spectrum.

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Are you saying that you haven't had an equal chance for prosperity? You most certainly HAVE had an equal chance. You have simply not made the DECISIONS that would have led to more prosperity. Good grief! I CAN'T believe that you are making such a statement. So! You think you are "entitled"? Seriously? What has stood in the way of YOU not having an EQUAL chance of prosperity???? I can't wait to read your answer. You are limited ONLY by your own choices. Please tell my how YOU haven't had an equal chance. I am astounded!
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Typical, isn't it? Reminds of that woman (recording heard on Boortz) that had 6 or 7 kids and no baby Daddy, saying, "Somebody gots to pay to take care of these children..."

Choices made or not made are your responsibility, not ours.

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Wealth envy is an ugly thing. They have it. You don't.

Somebody else got all the breaks. You didn't.

They got an education. You didn't. I was paying off student loans until I was age 31...

They worked their a$$es off, including long hours and weekends. You didn't.

They took risks, including investing their own money if necessary, to build a business. You didn't.

"Shared prosperity" = Socialism...

If youre not a liberal at 20, you have no heart, and if youre not a conservative at 40, you have no head. Winston Churchill

Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery. Winston Churchill

Common sense is a flower that doesnt grow in everyones garden

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Synergy wrote:
I have a question. Why is it okay for those who aren't rich to game the system and get away with it, but it's not okay for those who have made good financial decisions, inherited, won or somehow acquired a lot of money, not to take advantage of laws(loopholes) in order to protect their finances? I see major problems on BOTH ends of the spectrum.
As long as someone's paying their legally required amount of taxes, they're doing the right thing.

Too many people want to bitch about what's happening, rather than do something about it. The FairTax would eliminate the inequities in the tax system.
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Synergy wrote:
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Step AWAY from MSNBC and Chris Matthews. Who will tell you how to think or what to post if your electricity goes out??? rotfl
k,i'll stick with fox-and and all truth and real facts.:)
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Bill in Dville wrote:
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Typical, isn't it? Reminds of that woman (recording heard on Boortz) that had 6 or 7 kids and no baby Daddy, saying, "Somebody gots to pay to take care of these children..."
Choices made or not made are your responsibility, not ours.
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Wealth envy is an ugly thing. They have it. You don't.
Somebody else got all the breaks. You didn't.
They got an education. You didn't. I was paying off student loans until I was age 31...
They worked their a$$es off, including long hours and weekends. You didn't.
They took risks, including investing their own money if necessary, to build a business. You didn't.
"Shared prosperity" = Socialism...
If youre not a liberal at 20, you have no heart, and if youre not a conservative at 40, you have no head. Winston Churchill
Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery. Winston Churchill
Common sense is a flower that doesnt grow in everyones garden
"you can always count on americans to do the right thing,after they've tried evrything else"winston churchill.
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Jeb, you gotta tell us more about that.
She had to be smart to turn that role into a long term money maker for her.
sometime in private,k.

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<quoted text>k,i'll stick with fox-and and all truth and real facts.:)
Okaaaaay. lol
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<quoted text>Are you saying that you haven't had an equal chance for prosperity? You most certainly HAVE had an equal chance. You have simply not made the DECISIONS that would have led to more prosperity. Good grief! I CAN'T believe that you are making such a statement. So! You think you are "entitled"? Seriously? What has stood in the way of YOU not having an EQUAL chance of prosperity???? I can't wait to read your answer. You are limited ONLY by your own choices. Please tell my how YOU haven't had an equal chance. I am astounded!
Right before I was borne God asked me, "Boy, do you want to be born as the son of Sam Walton, and inherit more money than 80 million Americans possess, or to a poor preacher at a small church who'll never earn more than $18.000 a year his entire life?"

When I was born the time before that, God asked me "Boy, do you want to be raised in an upper class family with sober, healthy, professional, college educated, parents, Dad who is C. F.O. of G.E., and Mom is a cardiac surgeon, who provide for your college education at Harvard and Yale, where you'll mix with others destined for upper-management positions with multinational trillion dollar corporations,
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would you prefer to be borne to a malnourished, poor, drug addicted, teenage, high school drop-out, prostitute, with aids, who lives in South Philadelphia with her pimp, who'll beat you both every day.

Man did I screw up those opportunities - so I guess it's my fault I'm still working instead of vacationing at Cannes.

"Equal Opportunity" is more of a myth than "Free Markets".

Here is son supporting data:

Exceptional Upward Mobility in the US Is a Myth, International Studies Show
Sep. 5, 2012 — The rhetoric is relentless: America is a place of unparalleled opportunity...
But the reality is very different, according to a University of Michigan researcher who is studying inequality across generations around the world.
"Especially in the United States, people underestimate the extent to which your destiny is linked to your background," says Fabian Pfeffer, a sociologist at the U-M Institute for Social Research (ISR).

"Research shows that it's really a myth that the U.S. is a land of exceptional social mobility."
Pfeffer's own research illustrates this point based on data on two generations of families in the U.S. and a comparison of his findings to similar data from Germany and Sweden.
He found that parental wealth plays an important role in whether children move up or down the socioeconomic ladder in adulthood. And that parental wealth has an influence above and beyond the three factors that sociologists and economists have traditionally considered in research on social mobility -- parental education, income and occupation.
"Wealth not only fulfills a purchasing function, allowing families to buy homes in good neighborhoods and send their children to costly schools and colleges, for example, but it also has an insurance function, offering a sort of private safety net that gives children a very different set of choices as they enter the adult world," Pfeffer says.
"Despite the widespread belief that the U.S. provides exceptional opportunities for upward mobility, these data show that parental wealth has an important role in shielding offspring from downward mobility and sustaining their upward mobility.
Pfeffer is also examining the influence of grandparents' wealth.

Journal Reference:
Pfeffer, Fabian T., and Martin Hällsten. Mobility Regimes and Parental Wealth

MLA
University of Michigan (2012, September 5). Exceptional upward mobility in the US is a myth, international studies show.

Damn Steven Seagal movie - keeping me up and on the Internet.

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Right before I was borne God asked me, "Boy, do you want to be born as the son of Sam Walton, and inherit more money than 80 million Americans possess, or to a poor preacher at a small church who'll never earn more than $18.000 a year his entire life?"
When I was born the time before that, God asked me "Boy, do you want to be raised in an upper class family with sober, healthy, professional, college educated, parents, Dad who is C. F.O. of G.E., and Mom is a cardiac surgeon, who provide for your college education at Harvard and Yale, where you'll mix with others destined for upper-management positions with multinational trillion dollar corporations,
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would you prefer to be borne to a malnourished, poor, drug addicted, teenage, high school drop-out, prostitute, with aids, who lives in South Philadelphia with her pimp, who'll beat you both every day.
Man did I screw up those opportunities - so I guess it's my fault I'm still working instead of vacationing at Cannes.
"Equal Opportunity" is more of a myth than "Free Markets".
Here is son supporting data:
Exceptional Upward Mobility in the US Is a Myth, International Studies Show
Sep. 5, 2012 — The rhetoric is relentless: America is a place of unparalleled opportunity...
But the reality is very different, according to a University of Michigan researcher who is studying inequality across generations around the world.
"Especially in the United States, people underestimate the extent to which your destiny is linked to your background," says Fabian Pfeffer, a sociologist at the U-M Institute for Social Research (ISR).
"Research shows that it's really a myth that the U.S. is a land of exceptional social mobility."
Pfeffer's own research illustrates this point based on data on two generations of families in the U.S. and a comparison of his findings to similar data from Germany and Sweden.
He found that parental wealth plays an important role in whether children move up or down the socioeconomic ladder in adulthood. And that parental wealth has an influence above and beyond the three factors that sociologists and economists have traditionally considered in research on social mobility -- parental education, income and occupation.
"Wealth not only fulfills a purchasing function, allowing families to buy homes in good neighborhoods and send their children to costly schools and colleges, for example, but it also has an insurance function, offering a sort of private safety net that gives children a very different set of choices as they enter the adult world," Pfeffer says.
"Despite the widespread belief that the U.S. provides exceptional opportunities for upward mobility, these data show that parental wealth has an important role in shielding offspring from downward mobility and sustaining their upward mobility.
Pfeffer is also examining the influence of grandparents' wealth.
Journal Reference:
Pfeffer, Fabian T., and Martin Hällsten. Mobility Regimes and Parental Wealth
MLA
University of Michigan (2012, September 5). Exceptional upward mobility in the US is a myth, international studies show.
Damn Steven Seagal movie - keeping me up and on the Internet.
REGARDLESS of to whom you were born, if you were born in the U.S., once you became old enough to make your own decisions, YOUR FATE was in YOUR hands. Are you SERIOUSLY handing out excuses such as what you posted? Oh, brother. You ARE kidding, right? PLEASE say that you are kidding.

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