Skip to comments.You pay more in taxes than for food, clothing and shelter
Posted on 05/17/2012 12:21:29 PM PDT by Mark Landsbaum
Are you getting your moneys worth when you buy dinner? Probably, or you wouldnt keep paying that price, and go somewhere elsewhere to eat out.
The same applies to clothing and shelter. Almost no one continues to pay more for something than they feel it is worth. In fact, thats the meaning of un-affordable something that doesnt give you equal value for what you are able to pay.
The Tax Foundation has a report that might open your eyes. It says Americans are paying more in taxes than they pay for food, clothing and shelter combined...
(Excerpt) Read more at orangepunch.ocregister.com ...
We have to pay so our “representatives” can live like kings and queens, and by queens I don’t necessarily mean just the women.
I could be wrong, but it looks like you are excerpting your own blog. ??
Even the OC Register's blog section falls under the "unfriendly to FR" protection
of its demands for excerpting. One might check the poster's history to learn his true thoughts about Free Republic.
Since I was asked.
Okay, thanks for the clarification. I apologize if I have offended any FReepers.
So the full extent of your participation at FR is to pimp your blog?
my highest expense BY FAR is taxes
my taxes are FAR beyond the cost of my mortgage, food, and clothing. depending on the year, sometimes 10 times more.
gee... i spend 50% of my life supporting the lib-tards that are actively working to my detriment. yea, that makes sense
why am i paying to fund these people again???
HUH? Excuse me.
You said you apologized and in my verbose, round about way I was just telling you that was unnecessary.
You didn’t do anything offensive.
taxes is our biggest expense
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