Watch: President Reagan called for an End to ‘Crazy’ Tax Loopholes that let Millionaires pay less than Bus Drivers.

Via on Oct 3, 2011

Reagan Called For An End To ‘Crazy’ Tax Loopholes That Let Millionaires Pay Less Than Bus Drivers (with video).

The Buffett Rule = The Reagan Rule.

You know the country has tilted hard right when we’re using President Reagan to justify the cause of the middle class.

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3 Responses to “Watch: President Reagan called for an End to ‘Crazy’ Tax Loopholes that let Millionaires pay less than Bus Drivers.”

  1. Katherine says:

    It's the hatred of the black man. They just can't fucking deal with it.

  2. iVan says:

    hahaha, except that Buffett has used those same tax loop holes to not pay taxes since at least 2002. In fact, the tax evasion at Berkshire has been so bad even after being audited they have appealed multiple times, wasting even more tax dollars as the IRS is forced to litigate against them again and again and still haven't seen a penny for their hard work!

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