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  • No they don't, but

    The top 1% don't pay there fair share I can agree with that, and we should raise taxes on the rich, but we shouldn't so what bernie sanders wanta us to do and taz them till they are poor. They earned that money be it hard work and perseverance, or they got lucky and got it from their parents whan they passed away.

  • Supply Side Economics

    It was decided that the wealthy would pay less taxes to have more money to spend creating more jobs, but it isn't really working. The wealthy are taking more money from the lower classes and they get stuck paying a higher share in taxes and even doing the opposite of it's intent and removing jobs

  • Supply Side Economics

    It was decided that the wealthy would pay less taxes to have more money to spend creating more jobs, but it isn't really working. The wealthy are taking more money from the lower classes and they get stuck paying a higher share in taxes and even doing the opposite of it's intent and removing jobs

  • No they do not

    The wealthy pay tax lawyers quite a bit of money to save them money. Why do you think Donald Trump has refused to show his taxes? It's not because he's embarrassed over the amount of money he has made. He like others like him pay the smallest percentage of taxes compared to the rest of us. They make huge amounts of money while vilifying women on public assistance struggling to feed their family. It is the ultimate hypocrisy.

  • No, a more progressive tax policy would make our nation stronger

    The labor of the poor and middle class is what permits the wealthy to enjoy a better lifestyle. Law and public policy generally favor the wealthy. The wealthy also benefit more from many public institutions and utilities, such as through having better school districts or utilizing the court system more. Because of these advantages, the wealthy ought to pay more in taxes.

  • The wealthy often pay far less than their fair share of taxes.

    The wealthy often are able to find loopholes in the tax laws that allow for them to reduce the amount of taxes they must pay. While they are not doing anything wrong legally by doing so, and may even defend utilizing tax breaks by pointing out any jobs they have created, the tax law does allow for the wealthy to pay less than a fair share.

  • No, the wealthy cheat the system.

    No, the wealthy do not pay their fair share of taxes. It is common practice among the wealthy that taxes are stuffed in the Cayman Islands, where the money is then shielded from U.S. taxation. Loopholes that support the wealthy class should be patched so that the wealthy contribute their fair share of taxes to the government.


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