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Tarantino is a talented filmmaker, but I've found his films have progressively gotten worse, for as others have said, he has come to rely too much on style and frankly that style has wore thin after you've seen it a number of times. He needs to show he can be a good filmmaker without any gimmicks and make a good strai...more
We are all benefiting; through public education, roads, police and fire protection, an army for defense, national parks, you name it. Sure, there are areas where we can trim the fat, but the politicians won't do it because they always fill bills with pork for their constituents.
I'm with Republicans on cutting do...more
This is an inconvenient truth. Unfortunately countries do need wealthy people because we need a supply of available and disposable capital. We don't need to take EVERYTHING from the rich. We will always need rich people to provide the capital needed for industry.
Conservatives are fools. Generally I might agree 63% is a little bit excessive - also it might have been a bit of a shock to Phil b/c his tax rate increased like 12% overnight, which can be a real kick in the ****.
But the comments on this board defending the rich are foolish. Governments require revenue to run. ...more
Ick...the government has bills to pay, you know, for services like roads, police, fire protection, national defense, etc. You are better able to pay for it than others not as well-off as you - many of whom worked just as hard as you have but might not have as much to show for it. I'm not sure what taxes you're object...more