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Would the rich want to switch jobs with the poor?

Rich people are always complaining about their taxes being so high and the poors taxes so low. Would they want to switch jobs with the poor? That way they would have to pay very little taxes. The poor would then have to pay those horrible high rates.

Asked By: Obama Change 08 - 2/22/2010
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GOOD QUESTION! Better yet, what would all these CEOs do if the poor suddenly decided they were not going to work...hmmm novel idea. I don't see them getting their hands dirty. real talk! I wish people would put their heads together and let the rich know where their money comes from and whos backs they break to gain... More
Answered By: Fort W - 2/22/2010
Additional Answers (11)
You watch way too much reality tv, libby!
Answered By: O'Ryan - 2/22/2010
 
Rich people worked hard to get to their point in life. Do you know how much tax a single person making 100K pays? They are lucky to keep 45K after paying Federal/State/ SS/Medicare/ Properity/Sales and all use taxes. How much do you pay?
Answered By: Dr_knowital - 2/22/2010
 
If you did that, in 5 years, the poor would have spent all their money and be poor again...and the formerly rich would have had the initiative and brains to be rich again.
Answered By: GOD'S Reporter 600+ Pts. - 2/22/2010
 
A majority of the so called rich started out poor. Which kind of makes your question mute.
Answered By: Patient Sailor - 2/22/2010
 
Most 'self-made' "rich" people began at the bottom and as a result of having guts, drive and brains, worked their way up. Why would they want to start over? In response: No and nor are you ENTITLED to what they've earned!
Answered By: suthrnlyts™ - 2/22/2010
 
That's not the point. The point is that our government punishes the successful with high taxes, and rewards the lazy with handouts funded by us taxpayers.
Answered By: acidBURN - 2/22/2010
 
no
Answered By: Wyman - 2/22/2010
 
Most rich people have done crap jobs in their younger years.
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Answered By: Me - 2/22/2010
 
If you had a clue how much they do pay, you wouldn't post such immature rants.
Answered By: Answer man - 2/22/2010
 
People are lazy. I do what it takes to pay the bills.
Answered By: John S - 2/22/2010
 
You want my job? Some things you will need... More
Answered By: THX 1138 - 2/22/2010
 
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