“ Because my country — our country — means more than my money. ”

Charlie Fink, former AOL executive

 

 

I don’t want to add to my personal net worth at the expense of my fellow Americans. I can pay more, I should pay more, and I reject the false concept that we wealthy Americans are the job creators who will leave the country with our money if we’re asked to pay our fair share. —Karen Stewart, Patriotic Millionaire and Angel Investor

 


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The world's wealthiest people are using the United States as their personal tax haven - and the poor are fronting the bill for it.

It's time we #taxtherich their fair share and even the score.

https://t.co/d8uzEvV5M3
#Inflation is rising, the minimum wage has remained stagnant for 13 years, and hard-working Americans are exhausted.

No one should work 40 hours a week and still struggle to meet their basic needs. #fairwages

https://t.co/OuLCGq1CbR
The Missouri House is so out of touch with reality that they don't even see the consequences of reducing income #taxes for everyone.

Sure, it sounds good in theory.

Reality will show the wealthy benefiting while the poor suffer the consequences.

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