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Mitt Romney is an idiot! He pays 13% tax, which is about 40% percentage wise of the total tax bill of the average middle class American family (120K) and then he attacks the 47% who don't pay any income tax for simply obeying the law like Mitt does.
Do you see the hypocrisy and parochialism? Mitt takes advantage of...more
my impression is that a significant percentage of giving by the rich is in self interest and promoting one's world view and philosophy of life.
Romney is a perfect example of this: Romney is required by the Mormon church to give 10% of his income to the church and that is pretty much all Romney gives: He donates e...more
From a Biblical point of view it is the percentage of income that is important.
As a Christian, I don't think my church donations should receive credit on my taxes because I am donating money to an organization that promotes my world view and is not used to help the needy.
One reason the rich probably give less is that since they pay a much higher percentage of income tax, they have much less left over as a percentage of gross pay.
A fairer comparison would be to compare after tax net income.
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