C’mon. Phil doesn’t NEED $60M!!
(The gov’t NEEDS it for all the BS they have in mind!)
Okay, so ... Now it’s politically incorrect to say your taxes are too damn high?
He spends decades honing his craft so he can make good money only to give it to baby mommies (eventually to baby daddies) and he is suppose to say “thank you sir, may I have another”?
Please. Stand tall Phil and say whatever you want.
Don’t be the average wussy Phil.
Obama’s making a list and checking it twice.
Phil is your typical California metrosexual. He likely voted for O and now he whines about his taxes. Then, knowing it goes against the grain of the insane mind of the liberal to complain about taxes, does an about face. Shut up and play golf.
What a f*g!!!! Clearly the only balls this guy has come in a box of twelve.
Be a man and own up to it you p*$$y!!!
Phil, just let Tiger win more and you’ll have less money to pay taxes on. Also, you might want to drop those cheesy commercials where you sell those drugs .... nobody really believes you.
Offended? How could any one be offended? They might disagree, but offended?
And so what if they are?
What a squish. If he wasn’t going to stand his ground, he should have kept it zipped. Now he will get it from both sides.
“...my [overall] tax rate’s 62, 63 percent...”
And it is chilling to think that some people think it’s okay to have to pay that much if you’re “rich.” It isn’t about how much one needs (though that is no one else’s darn business, either), it’s about the idea that *anyone* should have to give up nearly 2/3’s of what they earn in a year - basically 8 months out of 12 - to someone else. To me, that’s just plain obscene.
Didn’t we just have an election where all kinds of celebrities mouthed off on any issue they wanted and expected no criticism?
What is he apologizing for? I don’t get it.
Last minute ditch effort to try to be “politically correct”.
Don’t apologize. Complain louder.
Why did it “sound terrible?” $60 million or $600 million, HE made it. It belongs to HIM.
In this instance Phil had every right to speak up because he was voicing an opinion about his own business. He wasn’t telling anyone else what to do, just taking care of business.