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Finally somebody takes these guys on. Warren is great telling everyone how we should act when none of it affects him. Again, not to Buffett, when it actually impacts you and you have Berkshire Hathawy pay their $1 Billion in past due taxes, then you can get a seat at the Tax table.
I think it is more of a case, as Buffet knows that the very wealthy have ways of skating tax laws, and would like to see reform as it would be, in his opinion more fair and better for the country. In know way did he ever say, that he would not take advantage of the existing laws. Be dumb not too.
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This is a kind of silly way to not deal with his arguments. In fact, if anything, it someone underlines the importance of clamping down on tax evasion.
“Close tax loopholes that allow some of the truly wealthy to avoid paying their fair share,” Reagan vowed.
Shouldn't Buffett pay more taxes? Or Soros? Shouldn't Berkshire Hathaway pay its past due taxes?
How comes they have not?
I have no idea why Berkshire Hathawy owes $1 billion in taxes and hasn't paid it.
Rather important, I would imagine, if you want to pursue this argument. Maybe let law enforcement know? Perhaps they are unaware?
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