Skip to comments.Elizabeth Warren obtained federal fee waivers despite high 6-figure income and 8-figure net worth
Posted on 10/14/2012 3:57:12 PM PDT by Libloather
Elizabeth Warren obtained federal fee waivers despite high 6-figure income and 8-figure net worth
Did not pay her fair share, obtained PACER fee waivers in at least 50 federal districts 2005-2012
Posted by William A. Jacobson
Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 5:30pm
Warren falsely and without any legitimate legal basis claimed to be Cherokee for employment purposes. Warren also chintzed by failing to register for the Massachusetts Bar despite an active practice of law in Cambridge since the mid-1990s, thereby evading Bar registration dues. Howie Carr has a great column today about Warrens class warfare phoniness.
Add another example to the long list: Warren obtained fee waivers from at least 50 federal bankruptcy courts so she would not have to pay for access to the federal PACER system, even in years when she had a high 6-figure income and an 8-figure net worth.
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Botton dweller with a royalty attitude.
Here in NJ I live near Bruce Springsteen who’s
worth about $200 million claims he’s a farmer
to receive a %98 tax deduction so he doesn’t
Have to pay for the liberal programs he pretends to support.
But we’re SURE she had her accountant figure her income tax without the “Bush” tax cuts”, right?
Sounds like cheat, con and thief.
If her and her husband have a combined income of $831,208 in 2008, then a combined income of $981,670 in 2009, how do you get to have a net worth of 14 million dollars in 2011? Another article said she has a portfolio of investments in stocks and bonds worth as much as $8 million. They live in a $5 million house. I’m sure the $5 & $8 million are part of that net worth, but I’m stumped. I’ve never owned a house, so can you even afford to buy a $5 million house with a combined income of let’s say, $1 million? I’d like to know how much their combined income grew between the years of 2009 to 2011, and when they actually bought that house. I’ve never had stocks or bonds either, so can you accumulate $8 million dollars like they did in 2 years?
Show me one of these big-talker liberal democrats who is nothing more than a cheap prick when it comes to charitible contributions, cronyism, and gaming the system
What most people don’t understand is that the Anointed Ones make the determination of the Fair Share. The Fair Share of the Anointed Ones is always less than the non-anointed ones because of the incalculable value bestowed upon society by their very existence. The non-anointed are always so ungrateful and selfish.
bet she has an obamaphone also!
she would have to pay him alot of money to live with her!
I would rather live on the street begging.
Must be that Cherokee ancestor of hers left her much wampum.
What’s really pathetic is those Pacer fees were only 8 cents a page since 2005 (before that I think they were 6 cents/pg). They just went up to 10 cents a page. It’s chump change.
Typical cheap liberal.
All the leftie hypocrites do it. We have a silver pony tail 60’s draft dodger who tells everyone he is a simple dirt farmer. He is the LARGEST land owner in our county in southern Maine and uses Maine Tree Growth Tax Law classification so he can pay about 3% of the total taxes you and I would pay.
When it comes to tax issues, the basic question is whether or not the person did anything illegal. If it was legal—who am I to complain.
I read somewhere that she made a lot of money investing with family members in flipping houses.
yeah she’s another obamaphoney
Squaw flipped many teepees. Make much wampum.
I would suggest we all start claiming indian status based on a story our mom’s told us a long time ago. if it works for her with no proof, it should be enough proof for us to file that way too.
I've been checking the "Native American" box, on any form that asks, for the last couple of years. I was born right here in America, and both of my parents were born right here in America, so I'm a "Native American".
One’s net worth includes all one’s assets, including real estate; it’s the net of everything they’ve accumulated throughout their lives, not two years. Some of the net could be inherited, or just good investments going back over 20 or more years. They’ve probably ‘traded up’ several times on their home(s). Not too many folks buy million dollar houses as their first home.
I don’t know the current ‘rule of thumb’ on home loans but it used to be roughly 1/4 of a family’s income should be the monthly mortgage payment - principal/interest/insurance/taxes. And it used to be that you had to put down 20% of the sales price. (I know, all that is ancient history). But, sure, if they had the $1M down payment with joint income of $1M they could well afford a $5M home.
Thanks for the info.
Whatever their material wealth, Eliz Warren is a lying POS (and that’s being kind ‘cause it’s Sunday).
Have you written to Chris Christie about this?
Christie won’t take on Springsteen.
That would be political suicide even
With supporters siding with him.
NJ is blue as the sky.