Exempting half the people from paying income tax does not seem like a bright idea. President Obama has a funny way of spinning that. Dan Mitchell’s blog has a good way of presenting that.
July 11, 2011 by Dan Mitchell
I’ve already posted on Obama’s class-warfare approach to tax policy, and I’ve also posted about the pitfalls of a tax system that exempts 50 percent of the population.
Well, here’s a cartoon that cleverly combines both themes.
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