Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Find me a Tea Partier who has admitted concern over any of the issues Reich raises. (Remember Robert Reich helped President Clinton work with a Republican congress and leave the country and government on the strongest financial footing EVER.) Heck, find me an elected Republican from Georgia, (Saxby? Johnny? Paul?) who has done anything to help make -- even their own -- election funding more transparent. For those of my friends who want a tougher challenge than finding a Reich-reading Tea Partier just look for one not standing on "astroturf."
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Did you know? According to the Associated Press: In 2006: Nathan Deal paid 2.95 percent — or $5,575 in federal taxes — on $188,904 in adjusted gross income. In 2007: Deal paid 1 percent — or $2,068 — on $205,433 in income. Based on the Obama tax plan he'll GET a tax break.
Did you know? According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution: In 2008: Roy Barnes claimed as depreciated property, a house and lot that was no longer his. He did the same thing in 2009. The property had been gifted to his children. BUT in 2009: Roy Barnes' tax return erroneously included income he did not earn such that he paid nearly $30,000 MORE than he actually owed in taxes. He has filed an amended return so as to pay the taxes owed. As it stands Roy Barnes will have paid more than 2 million dollars in taxes by the election in November. Nathan Deal, not so much.
Roy Barnes has made public more than 1500 pages of tax records. Nathan Deal, not so much.
Want to read more? http://www.ajc.com/news/georgia-politics-elections/roy-barnes-amends-tax-682746.html