What will the libs do when the rich move their job to another country?

The rich pay 90% of the taxes and the libs are too stupid to understand that you do not bite the hand that feeds you. The rich control 70% of the jobs. Can you people understand 70% unemployment when you drive the rich to move your job to another country. Do liberals ever understand that you do not cut off your head to lose ten pounds of ugly weight.

Asked By: mitdevelopment - 5/12/2009
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Wow! So there's going to be a mass Exodus of rich, snobbish, lazy, wastes of flesh who have more money than they deserve and more money than they certainly earned? OK. I guess we'll live without obnoxious a******s in BMWs cutting us off while they check their stocks on their i-Phones... More
Answered By: Jim - 5/14/2009
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Label the remaining middle class 'rich,' and tax them.
Answered By: B.Kevorkian - 5/12/2009
seize the government and hire themselves at the expense of the poor to run everything. oh, wait!! that's what they're already doing!
Answered By: Spock (rhp) - 5/12/2009
You got to be kidding right, More jobs come from Dem Rich then Rep's. Rep's have moved their jobs out of the USA a long time ago.
Answered By: Don M - 5/12/2009
Since the proposal is only to raise the highest tax rate to 39% from 35%, and that's still way lower than most other countries' rates, your point is moot.
Answered By: michelob86 - 5/12/2009
It's already affecting cities like Chicago. Tax revenue is down because of the recession, so the city is laying off employees, which will cause even less tax revenue. It looks like trickle down works in reverse, too.
Answered By: Mr. Sarcasm - 5/12/2009
If they are rich and don't want to pay their fair share, get the hell out of my country. Someone will fill the void.
Answered By: Handey Randy - 5/12/2009
Other countries also tax the rich. The right always threatens "the rich leaving." And going where? Japan? I'm betting they'll stay here and be glad they can. They couldn't get away with a lot of the stuff they do here in other countries, and they certainly wouldn't get the benefits.
Answered By: Sunshine - 5/12/2009
Good for you! I am rich. I live on a trust fund. I have never worked a day in my life. I have mansions on the Riviera and yachts to maintain, and dozens of servants not all of whom can even speak English! I need all the money I can get! I have 8 ex-wives all of whom expect very large alimony and I must pay... More
Answered By: jxt299 - 5/12/2009
You're serious? I'm embarrassed for you. The rich use tax attorneys and numerous loopholes to avoid paying taxes. And as far as moving jobs out of this country, they've been doing that for years. Avoiding taxes, here or in Grand Cayman, and paying slave wages in poor countries is how they the rich stay rich... More
Answered By: Nyssa - 5/12/2009
They will make it illegal to leave.
Answered By: perfectlybaked - 5/12/2009
They've already started on a plan to tax those who send work overseas at a higher rate. Tax and spend, tax and spend.
Answered By: Schmee007 - 5/12/2009
they will blame Bush
Answered By: agmccall - 5/12/2009
you need to type slower to them to explain this. and likely, whatever country the rich move to would be asked by the lazy dems to support them via free trade or something. it is hard to stop giving when you have done it you or whole life just as it is hard to stop taking since it is now in their genes.
Answered By: 60 min man - 5/12/2009
Anyone with a job is "rich" to them. they will not be happy until we are all equally miserable... More
Answered By: 0bamarx - 5/12/2009
Are you kidding me, You are too stupid to understand that we, the people of this country are the hand that feeds....poor pencil pushers......Whatever.
Answered By: mauirayne - 5/12/2009
And lost jobs to other countries will only get worst when more i****************s are how can Republicans fix that when they are pushing to get rid of all the illegals over night. RPT-US farmers short on migrant workers move to Mexico
Answered By: GreasyTony - 5/12/2009
More GOP blathering on about nothing
Answered By: hah - 5/12/2009
Wow, I guess there actually ARE people like you out there. Go figure?
Answered By: Charlie Bucket - 5/12/2009
That’s part of what Marxism is all about. Obama wants to transfer most of wealth to his definition of its rightful owners, who are the deadbeats, and zombie h***s of our society... More
Answered By: - 5/12/2009
The rich/poor arguments are always entertaining. Just as the dem/repub ones tickle my funny bone... More
Answered By: youarewrongbobisright - 5/12/2009
They will tax 90% of the money that Americans take with them out of the country. they do this in some European countries. So for America's wealthy, get out now while you can... More
Answered By: Shane - 5/12/2009
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