Obana 20.9%, Romney 15.4% taxes

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    Taxes obama vs. Romney

    Obama earned 789.674 $ last year, paid 20.9% in taxes
    Romney earned 20.900.000 (20.9 million $) paid 15.4% in taxes

    Is that fair and should the rich be taxed more since they dont contribute much?
     
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    Let's do the math OK cause IDIOTS like YOU NEED some HELP!!!
    Round numbers make it easier for YOU dumb shi...tS
    $20,900,000 Romney taxes @ 15.4% EQUALS: Romney PAID $3,218,600 to IRS!
    $ 800,000 numnuts taxes @ 20.9% EQUALS: Obama Paid 167,200

    HEY dumb f...k... Romney PAID $3,051,400 MORE in TAXES then Numnuts !
    Romney paid over 1,825% MORE IN TAXES ACTUAL dollars then NUMNUTS!

    Geez no wonder you people have to be HELPED!

    DUMB DUMB DUMB
    Romney paid 1,825% MORE IN TAXES THEN OBAMA!!!!
     
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    OK. He should have paid far more. He did not work for that money.
     
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    Thats a point, the money has to do something create something, jobs,construction,rnovation others. The money Romney takes out is a drain, just like money spent on welfare.

    The problem is the 15% capital gain tax or dividend tax.

    A higher capital gain tax(e.g. 30%) could be replaced by a lower corporate tax(35% now). For instance.

    Capital gain->15%(now)->30% (Increased tax)
    Corporate tax->35%(now)->20%(tax cut)
     

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