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As a means to pay for health care. Why do they feel the need to stick it to those who have money? What do they think will happen as a result? When the rich quit funding charity, do they think the poor will take over? Who is going to help fund the free clinics? Is Kerry just feeling guilty bc he has never really worked?
Better yet, why do they feel the need to stick it to those who are charitable? Do Liberals hate charities THAT much. Very sad. Da.yoope** Do you understand how deductions work? If you did you would not have posted such a ridicilous answer. Typical...... Kerry's returns from 1995 and earlier, before his marriage to Heinz, have sometimes attracted criticism over the issue of charitable giving. In 1995, according to published reports, Kerry reported a taxable income of $126,179, and charitable contributions of $0. In 1994, he reported income of $127,884, and charitable donations of $2,039. In 1993, he reported income of $130,345, and contributions of $175. In 1992, he reported income of $127,646, and contributions of $820. In 1991, he reported income of $113,857, and contributions of $0.
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"as a means to pay for health care" Dont you believe that. Its not as a means to pay for health care. Its as a means to satisfy the greed the politicians have over your money, and hence, your freedom. Very little of that money, if any, will not go to pay for health care, but to fund any project they want. Look at social security. All money that is collected from that is supposed to go into a fund that is not supposed to be touched. But whats in that fund? nothing but IOUs from the government.
Socialists believe that charity is the job of government, not the people. This is why the charitable giving on the 'right' is so much greater than that on the 'left'. What I find interesting though, in light of this fact, is that Kerry would make such a move, knowing that this move would not affect him. 'Self serving' is another hallmark of the left.
Sounds good to me. Knowing these guys they probably donate money to their own sham "nonprofits" or something and pretend that's charity.
Your complaint is that those with money (our elected officials in the fed are all well to do) are in favor of removing a tax deduction from themselves? I guess the rich dems don't need a "payback" in order to give to those in need.
THOSE WHO GIVE ONLY IF THEY GET AN EQUAL REDUCTION ohio TAXES ARE NEITHER CHARITABLE NOR CONSERVATIVE.