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Old 03-22-2012, 07:23 AM
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Kim Kardashian - her taxes?

So Kim Kardashian is in the news not regarding her divorce or her disproportionally large ass-ets but because an activist group is calling for higher taxes claiming she's not paying her fair share.

Here is a wonderful article that is fun and shows how the numbers really work for the American Rich....

http://articles.marketwatch.com/2012...x-actual-taxes

So - is the current system fair as you see it? Should she pay more?
 
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Old 03-22-2012, 07:37 AM
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Looks like the guys protesting about her are either really poor at math or have a low level of intellectual integrity seldom found outside Mafia meetings or Capitol Hill.
 
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So Kim Kardashian is in the news not regarding her divorce or her disproportionally large ass-ets but because an activist group is calling for higher taxes claiming she's not paying her fair share.
Come on, her ass-ets are not that big.



Couldn't resist. Who knows, perhaps she supported the protesters with a small amount of cash to raise the media buzz again. Bet she'll triple the money in talk show interviews about this "incident". And still pay less tax then average joe. Mitt made a better example during the presidential campaign when he explained how he pays 15%.
 
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Old 03-23-2012, 07:57 AM
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Looks like the guys protesting about her are either really poor at math or have a low level of intellectual integrity seldom found outside Mafia meetings or Capitol Hill.
I'm thinking both

I think that 40-50% of her income as taxes is plenty... I don't understand how you can come to the conclusion that for some reason she deserves to pay more.

I'd rather see her money support stores that hire people who might otherwise not be working. I hope she gets lots of manicures and supports clothing and accessory designers.

That's stimulating the economy.

... and I think that her ass-ets involve some sort of inflatable device.....

(couldn't resist that, either...)
 
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she is so hot...
 
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