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    Obama to Tax The Rich - Media's Homosexual Agenda



    Obama to Tax The Rich - Media's Homosexual Agenda

    America has been doing income taxes wrong for more than 50 years.

    All Americans, including the rich, would be better off if top tax rates went back to Eisenhower-era levels when the top federal income tax rate was 91 percent, according to a new working paper by Fabian Kindermann from the University of Bonn and Dirk Krueger from the University of Pennsylvania.

    The top tax rate that makes all citizens, including the highest 1 percent of earners, the best off is “somewhere between 85 and 90 percent,” Krueger told The Huffington Post. Currently, the top rate of 39.6 percent is paid on income above $406,750 for individuals and $457,600 for couples.
    Fewer than 1 percent of Americans, or about 1.3 million people, reach that top bracket.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/1...n_6024430.html

    Warren Buffett says even though he and other top earners are paying higher taxes this year, he thinks he's still paying a lower rate than his secretary.

    In 2013, capital gains for those earning more than $400,000 ($450,000 for couples) will be taxed at 20%, up from 15%. And high-income households also will pay an additional 3.8% in Medicare taxes on their investment income for the first time. The top marginal tax rate also rose for the wealthiest wage earners, but since Buffett's income is from investment gains, not wages, that's not a factor.
    http://money.cnn.com/2013/03/04/news...cretary-taxes/

    Apple may get the brunt of the attention for its use of offshore havens to offset the taxes it pays in the U.S., but it’s hardly alone.
    Six of the biggest names in technology — Apple, Microsoft, IBM, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard and Google – ranked in the Top 15 of the 100 publicly-traded companies (as measured by revenue) with the most money held offshore, according to a new report called “Offshore shell Games” by U.S. PIRG, a federation of public interest research groups.
    “Many large U.S.-based multinational corporations avoid paying U.S. taxes by using ac¬counting tricks to make profits made in America appear to be generated in offshore tax havens—countries with minimal or no taxes,” the group says in its 35-page report on the legal loopholes used to shift profits offshore. “By booking profits to subsidiaries registered in tax havens, multinational corporations are able to avoid an estimated $90 billion in federal income taxes each year. These subsidiaries are often shell companies with few, if any employees, and which engage in little to no real business activity.”
    The Top 15 companies for 2012 are: General Electric, Apple, Pfizer, Microsoft, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Exxon Mobil, Citigroup, Cisco Systems, Abbott Laboratories, Procter & Gable, Hewlett-Packard, Google and PepsiCo. Together, they held $776 billion off shore through a combined 859 tax haven subsidiaries.
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/conniegu...es-study-says/

    Media's Homosexual Agenda

    The homosexual propaganda campaign in America's media
    The powerful, sophisticated psychological techniques that the homosexual movement has used to manipulate the public in the media.

    If you think that the radical changes in the minds of Americans -- and in your own mind -- about homosexuality in the last decade are an accident, you must read the section below.

    From the 1989 book, "After the Ball - How America will conquer its fear and hatred of Gays in the 90s" (Penguin Books) which immediately became a beacon for the then-emerging homosexual movement.
    http://www.massresistance.org/docs/i..._the_ball.html

    Obama's NOT the first 'gay President': Letter reveals lifelong bachelor James Buchanan's love for Alabama senator
    It would seem that Newsweek’s latest cover showing President Obama with a rainbow halo declaring him ‘The First Gay President’ is not merely attention-grabbing but historically inaccurate too.
    Critics and history buffs, quick to scorn the sensationalist cover, have pointed out that James Buchanan was likely the first homosexual President more than a century ago.
    Rumours about Buchanan’s sexuality have circulated with historians determining that the fifteenth leader of the U.S was gay – and that the nation knew it.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz3SJZP5mod

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    Homosexuals less than 2% of the population take up 80% of medias time. There are more people that have adverse effects from prescription drugs than there are homosexuals , why don't we hear more on that.

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    No we don't need a bigger like button, we need a "why are we talking about this?" button.

    100 years ago everyone was equal except black people. Then everyone was equal except women. Then we rounded up a bunch of completely innocent Asian people just in case. Then everything was definitely the fault of Muslims.

    I will not go down in history as a person who was on the wrong side of the fence with gay people being less than equal.

    So great great great grandchildren who are reading this in 2115, your grandfather says that everyone is equal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petamocto View Post
    No we don't need a bigger like button, we need a "why are we talking about this?" button.

    100 years ago everyone was equal except black people. Then everyone was equal except women. Then we rounded up a bunch of completely innocent Asian people just in case. Then everything was definitely the fault of Muslims.

    I will not go down in history as a person who was on the wrong side of the fence with gay people being less than equal.

    So great great great grandchildren who are reading this in 2115, your grandfather says that everyone is equal!
    homosexuals don't want equal they want supremacy . Change religious and social and science norms . as soon as you can show me the evolutionary process of the homosexual model, and the evolutionary biological model that fits the homosexual model then we can agree on who is on the right side of the fence. Then we can change the biological sciences and evolution to show how homosexuality fits into both

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    They're trying to change the social and religious norms because globally, the religious and social norms in a multitude of countries make homosexuality a death sentence. Just because something is a "norm" doesn't mean it's right, justified, or correct. For a while there the societal norms hinged upon the notion that the world was flat, and that the sun revolved around the earth. And when a cultural norm means someone gets lynched or stoned to death because of their sexual orientation, that norm SHOULD be changed.

    And no, people should not have to demonstrate some sort of bullshit evidentiary proof that their proclivities, hobbies, recreational activities or anything else in their life serves an evolutionary or biological purpose. As gun owners we've all been subjected to the "but why do you need guns" argument enough times that I'd had hoped none of us would subject anyone else to that stupidly inane line of questioning. To be honest, even as a straight dude, I find your post offensive, and could easily point out that the lack of humility you're demonstrating bears no biological nor evolutionary purpose.

    Speaking of evolution, you also can't hate on societal change, and then demand those bringing about the change justify their actions against some sort of made up evolutionary code... Evolution IS change, and anything that moves the human race closer to broad spectrum equality is simply cultural evolution for the better.

    And finally, if you truly believe in a free and equal society of individuals, then so long as you're doing no harm to others, party on Garth. Anything short of that is creating inequality and limiting people's freedom.
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    "thanks Brian. Your show makes me think. I've heard you speak about homosexals and liberals and I admire how you say they can do as they like but that we need to counter their constant and high percentage of press and influence. To push our agenda like they push theirs. It's a delicate procedure and you do it so well. Thanks!"

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    when we are trying to teach children of any and all ages in our schools that homosexuality is normal. Then show the scientific facts to back that up

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    that very progressive of you calibre. "Just because something is a "norm" doesn't mean it's right", "made up evolutionary code"
    I see you don't like religions and don't believe in evolution. interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cptover View Post
    I see you don't like religions and don't believe in evolution. interesting.
    Are we reading different posts? I didn't get that from Calibers post.


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