On Cafferty on CNN's Situation Room yesterday, in answer to whether millionaires should voluntarily pay more tax I said, "No. Neither does cutting taxes and expecting millionaires to give their tax savings to charity (rather than buying companies). If volunteerism worked as touted, the coffers of every charity helping the poor would be bursting, given that tax rates are at their lowest in more than half a century."
Friday, June 18, 2010
- Name: Michael Bindner
- Location: Alexandria, Virginia, United States
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