Skip to comments.New political ad pitch to Kim Kardashian: Come on, girl, pay more taxes!
Posted on 12/19/2011 5:25:20 PM PST by SmithL
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian she of the Jimmy Choo shoes and Dolce & Gabbana lifestyle is getting pitched this week to reach into her very, very deep designer pockets and come up with more money for Californias education and social services.
The new ad campaign from the Courage Campaign has a light and playful touch but pointedly notes that Kimmie made $12 million last year, a far cry from the $47,000 average income for Joe Californian.
Its a high profile effort for the Courage Campaigns latest campaign: www.MillionairesTaxCA.com, which officially asks the wealthiest Californians people who earn over a million dollars per year to help pay their fair share to rebuild the state.
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except people paying more taxes is not going to help the state of Kalipornia.
I’d like to see these kids go after Oprah in Montecito. Although, Oprah is probably a Bahamian citizen by now: totally tax-free. Her mansion on Paraside Island is between Micheal Jordan’s and Chuck Norris’.
I saw an estimate that Oprah probably made more money than anyone else in 2010.
She is the 0.001%!!
2011 wasn’t so hot for her. heh
I don’t like this dizzy broad personally, but she earned her money on her own and to have a single citizen called out by this Communist front group for scorn and ridicule for not paying enough in taxes is disgusting. If anyone would like to see exactly what the Courage Campaign is all about, just check their site. It is a bunch of rotten thug Leftists.
Yikes! Looks like she tried that flat-tire repair foam injection technique!
Surprised it lasted 70 days...
just tell the californicators not to buy her crap===that will lower her take
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