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Thread: Terreeeza's tax bracket??

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    Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John F. Kerry reported $395,338 in income last year and paid $90,575 in taxes. His wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, heiress to the Heinz food company fortune, reported income of $5.1 million last year and paid $587,000 in taxes.

    Bush last year reported income of $822,000, on which he paid 28 percent in federal taxes.

    [url=http://www.fortwayne.com/mld/journalgazette/news/nation/9589282.htm]http://www.fortwayne.com/mld/journalgazett...ion/9589282.htm[/url]

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    Bush's tax cuts in action.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Section109Row15[/i]@Sep 6 2004, 09:40 PM
    [b] Bush's tax cuts in action. [/b][/quote]
    Actually its' tereeeza giving all her money to leftist/communist/terrorist organizations then writing it off!

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    [quote][b]Actually its' tereeeza giving all her money to leftist/communist/terrorist organizations then writing it off!
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    I saw Bush's tax return, he wrote off a pretty penny as well, whats your point?

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Section109Row15[/i]@Sep 7 2004, 12:20 AM
    [b] [quote][b]Actually its' tereeeza giving all her money to leftist/communist/terrorist organizations then writing it off!
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    I saw Bush's tax return, he wrote off a pretty penny as well, whats your point? [/b][/quote]
    I believe the point is that she supports terrorists.

    Did you miss that?

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    [quote][b]I believe the point is that she supports terrorists.

    Did you miss that? [/b][/quote]

    Yes and communists too. I've seen his documentation on her charitiable donations and the groups she has donated to. The evidence is so vague it is laughable.

    Its like saying I know this guy whose sister's uncle's cousin's nephew is good friends with Chad Pennington's wife's cousin's grandfather.

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    [b]Kerrys Paid Just 12% in Federal Income Taxes in 2003-Massachusetts Senator paid skimpy tax bill despite calls for rich to "pay their share" [/b]

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - John Kerry has repeatedly called for increasing taxes on the "wealthy" so the affluent "pay their fair share" for the "common good." Ironically, John and Theresa Heinz Kerry, who comprise one the richest families in the world, pay relatively little income tax.

    Last year, John Kerry and his wife paid just 12% of their combined income in income taxes, despite their assertion that the rich should contribute increased amounts to government coffers. In contrast, President and Mrs. Bush, who had a substantially lower income than the Kerry's, paid over 28% in taxes.

    "John Kerry wants other Americans to pay higher taxes while he and his wife manage to pay a rate lower than most of the middle class," said ATR President Grover Norquist. "Apparently, the Kerry's think everyone else should pay higher taxes but them."

    [b]In addition to finding loopholes and write-offs to decrease his taxes, John Kerry has declined to pay a small, voluntary tax in his home state. The Massachusetts state income tax code contains a provision allowing payers to contribute an extra .6% of their income to benefit the commonwealth. Kerry has consistently failed to pay the extra money, which would have amounted to $687 dollars last year. [/b]

    "John Kerry thinks other hardworking Americans should pay more taxes while he and his billionaire wife pay as little as possible," continued Norquist. "The hypocrisy John Kerry shows on his own tax return is not indicative of the character and judgment America needs in our President."

    [url=http://www.atr.org/pressreleases/2004/pr-kerrystaxes-9-7-04.htm]http://www.atr.org/pressreleases/2004/pr-k...axes-9-7-04.htm[/url]

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