A Look Into Scientology with Successful Scientologist Henry Baumgard
"Scientology is the Science of Religion - and i should know!"
I have been a scientologist for over seven weeks now, and it has changed my life. The main change relates to how I am now a scientologist, whereas I used not to be - but you would not understand this, gentile. For me, Scientology is the best way to be in a made up religion with other rich people. It is also much better than gaying, or M.E., or gardening, as has been inappropriately suggested by lesser, more gay celebrities. When you are a Scientologist you can wear your secret Scientologist badge and hat with pride, anywhere around your own house.
It is best to be a Scientologist.
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pmIt wasn't clear from Antony Davis presentation what he was conintug as income in his calculations of whether we could close the deficit by taxing the rich. Capital gains make up a significant percentage of the income of the wealthiest Americans, and of course they are currently taxed at a significantly lower rate than wages. But even if he does include capital gains when figuring how much of the government revenue could be generated by taxing the rich, it ignores the possibility of taxing wealth as well as income. Remember, he's supposed to be just doing the math here.It's clear how much the exclusive focus on income rather than wealth distorts the picture when you hear what Davis claims an 88% income tax on the richest 5% of Americans. It reduces their income to $36,000 making the average rich household worse off than the average household. It's a strange economic metric that would say someone who earns $36,000 annually and has $200 million in the bank, five homes here and abroad, a fleet of six luxury cars and a museum-quality art collection is worse off than someone who makes $40,000, is upside-down on his mortgage and his car, and has maxed-out two credit cards. Comment By: Sheila, 04 Oct 2012, Rating: 1/5