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Millionaire Congressman: "I Can't Afford A Tax Hike"

 
Anonymous Coward
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09/19/2011 07:20 PM
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This is how the great depression started.
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09/19/2011 07:24 PM
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Faces of Poverty

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09/19/2011 07:29 PM
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HOW CAN YOU MAKE RICH SUFFER THAT MUCH !!!!!

UHUUHUU HUUUUUUU

LEAVE THE RICH ALONEEEE !!! LEAVE THE RICH A-LO-NE !!!!
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This is how the great depression started.
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if you dont know shit about what you are going to talk about, then shut the fuck up.

alternatively you can immediately hit google for history reading on 1929 depression.
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This is how the great depression started.
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It's here.
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09/19/2011 07:36 PM
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CONGRESSMAN WHINES THAT HE ONLY HAS $400K LEFT OVER AT YEAR’S END [VIDEO]

"A Republican congressman from Louisiana may have just isolated some of his constituency. John Fleming, you see, owns some Subway and UPS franchises — businesses that bring in $6 million a year. But by the time he pays employees, and invests in new equipment, he makes “just a fraction of that.” Aww.

His MSNBC host fired back with what we have to imagine everyone was thinking: “You do understand, congressman, that the average person out there, who’s making 40,50, 60,000 dollars a year…when they hear that you only have $400,000 left over…it’s not exactly a sympathetic position.”

“Class warfare has never created a job,” Fleming replied.

Well then."

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09/19/2011 07:55 PM
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"Fleming charged that the plan is a terrible idea which kills jobs provided by wealthy "job creators" who pay personal income taxes. When asked about his business ventures -- including his role in a number of Subway restaurants and UPS stores -- Fleming told MSNBC host Chris Jansing that his business expenses left him with little to tax "by the time I feed my family."

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If the job creators were creating more jobs in the United States with the tax credits unemployment, underemployment, and the economy wouldn't be where they are.
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09/22/2011 02:12 PM
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Guarantee you that the 200K he needs to feed his family is more than he pays all his employees for 10 of his stores combined.
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"Fleming charged that the plan is a terrible idea which kills jobs provided by wealthy "job creators" who pay personal income taxes. When asked about his business ventures -- including his role in a number of Subway restaurants and UPS stores -- Fleming told MSNBC host Chris Jansing that his business expenses left him with little to tax "by the time I feed my family."

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lalalmaolala

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 Quoting: Mrs. Beasley


I take it you've never tried to run a business, OP.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1556535


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09/22/2011 10:08 PM
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$400,000 thousand is worth nothing if you dont know how to grow a garden, mend clothes, wash by hand and trust the ones you love.

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