Alec Baldwin, the I'm moving to Canada if Bush is elected, pampered rich actor, who is obviously now an economic genius, at least where his industry is concerened, says that eliminating tax breaks on movie companies is bad. But, certainly that cannot be true. Eliminating tax breaks or raising taxes on businesses and investors doesn't matter. Those higher taxes won't hurt those big rich companies or those disgusting rich investors who don't really work for their money right? CEOs shouldn't make so much money but an actor , who does nothing but play make believe in an attempt to get the attention they so crave and without which they feel insignificant and unloved can command twenty or thirty million for a few month's "work" playing a part in a movie. Just another dimocrat hypocrite that will denounce the wealth of others as wrong or evil but when it comes to where his bread is buttered, special treatment is not just acceptable, it is necessary. Tax Me If You Can - WSJ.com And it continues. Even on this forum, when one posits the notion that ALL taxes should be lessened and that no one, no special interest, no industry etc should be given preferential tax treatment, that person incurs the wrath of the so called progressives, the so called liberals and the just plain socialist contingent. But when it comes to the "rich" so called progressives, so called liberals, all the arguments against the rich, and for those rich people paying "their fair share" fly out the window. How can so many hold such contradictory positions is beyond me.