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Should the U.S. pass a tax plan that cuts taxes for all but the wealthiest Americans?

  • Yes, The wealthy should pay a little more

    Because the working people need more money to live on than the wealthy. Although in theory it is nice that wealthy people would be able to keep all of their money because they created it
    all or inherited it all, it is simply more prosperous for a country to spread the wealth out just a little bit more.

  • The U.S. should cut taxes for all but the wealthiest Americans.

    Yes, tax cuts should be given to all but the wealthiest Americans. The distance between the wealthy and the typical taxpayers is getting larger all the time. The wealthy need to do their fair share of keeping this country strong. In fact, wealthy Americans such as Warren Buffet have even asked to be taxed at a higher rate.

  • They need to do something

    People are drowning and most of the money is going to the top. They need to do something to make things affordable for everyone to live in this country, even for the lowest level employees. If that involves decreasing taxes on everyone but the wealthy, then so be it. They could also do things to make housing cheaper.

  • The wealthy should pay a little more.

    The U.S. should pass a tax plan that cuts taxes for all but the wealthiest Americans. This is because the working people need more money to live on than the wealthy. Although in theory it is nice that wealthy people would be able to keep all of their money because they created it all or inherited it all, it is simply more prosperous for a country to spread the wealth out just a little bit more.

  • Tax cuts for all.

    No, the U.S. should not pass a tax plan that cuts taxes for all but the wealthiest Americans, because it is not sustainable for only a few small people to pay taxes for all of us. It will eventually become unsustainable, as they stop trying to earn money because of tax rates.


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