The tax rate should be determined by how someone makes a choice to earn income by how hard they physically work and how much they risk their own personal money to invest in jobs and opportunities for others?
So physical labor is worth less than being able to take risks with more money than most people make in a decade? Explain to me where the double dipping is.
Also, you realize capital losses are one of the easiest deductions, right? It's how massive (and profitable) corporations like GE were able to pay no federal income taxes last year. So much for risk...
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Last edited by calebh; 04-26-2012 at 09:37 PM.