It’s time to stop the class warfare

| November 30 2012
Christopher Cook

Apropos of recent posts on whether conservatives and Republicans hate the poor, food stamp usage, and more, we are compelled to repost this video we made a while back:

The burden of income tax borne by the so-called rich is already much higher than their share, and it’s been going up for decades. How much more do Obama and the Democrats want? These people work hard, create most of our jobs, and provide products and services we use. Why do we want to punish them?

We already have the most progressive income tax in the world, and yet they say they’re not paying their “fair share.” And, with envy and hate and greed of their own, the Occupiers try to pit everyone against them.

This is not the way America is supposed to be.

 

Curious to see what percentage of the income tax burden you are bearing? Use this simple calculator from Kiplingers.

 

See also . . .

Obama’s Osawatomie speech was claptrap from start to finish

Merry Christmas: The 7 most illuminating economic charts of 2011

Why liberals like taxing the wealthy (and why we shouldn’t call them liberals)

Enough with the income inequality stuff!

Income inequality myths!

Who pays our income taxes?

Taxing or taking from the rich won’t fix the problem: Part 4

How do you combat class warfare arguments? (bumped)

Grijalva & Co.’s tax fantasy land, Part 3a: Greed

Grijalva’s Tax Fantasy Land, Part 3: Who Cares?

Grijalva & Co.’s tax fantasy land, Part 2

Grijalva and Democrats live in fantasy land

Combatting Myths: Income Inequality, Part 3

Combatting Myths: Income Inequality, Part 2A

Combatting Myths: Income Inequality, Part 2

Combatting Myths: Income Inequality, Part 1

What’s the deal with income inequality?

2 comments
pamphleteer92
pamphleteer92

Good stuff, but the left wants much more than a bigger piece of everyones income (not just rich people's).  The left wants to take over all 401k and IRA's in exchange for a "guaranteed" retirement plan.  Do you think it will never happen?  Watch for it.  It's coming, probibly right after the next stock market plunge.  Argentina did it and then "made good" with inflated currency.  Lifetimes of savings destroyed.