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Tax theory must be harnessed to produce positive things for the people, not for a fraction of society. It was a huge surprise to many following when President Obama not only extended the Bush-era tax cuts, but also increased the federal estate tax exemption to $5 million for individuals and $10 million for couples.
We now know, according to CNN, as of the early hours of November 9th, 62% of the voters in Ohio from 28% of the precincts have voted to repeal a controversial law affecting teachers, police officers, and other public employees, and moreover, it projects that the law will NOT go into effect once all votes are tallied. This is considered a major victory for public employees – a major defeat for some Republicans.
This might be one of those videos you watch once, and wonder what the hell you did with that minute of your life. But if you are like most people we know who have seen it, you will probably watch it a second time and be slightly amused.
About an hour to 2 days later, your curiosity will get the better of you, and you will watch this 17 times in a row, laughing your ass off more and more.
Every single person who raised an issue or complained about the $5 fee — is an Occupy Wall Street Protester.