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Healthcare Politics

Anti-GOP Liberal One-Percenters Should be Doing This With Their Money

Gary DeMar
Written by Gary DeMar

Most liberals are generous with other people’s money. I can be very magnanimous if I were a congressman and voted to use money taken from people who earned it and gave it to people who did not. For example, “of the 148,606,578-individual income tax return filers that year, 52,062,499 (or 35 percent) filed what the IRS calls ‘nontaxable returns,’ which means they paid no net individual income taxes. . . Among these 52,062,499 filers who did not pay income taxes in 2014 . . . were 31,129,405 filers who also received $90,276,007,000 in payments from the federal government for ‘refundable’ tax credits.”

One correction: Not from the “federal government,” but from other taxpayers who had their money confiscated by force.

Cher, who is worth $305 million, is upset MY tax dollars won’t pay for her asthma medicine. Why doesn’t she donate $250 million of her fortune to help other asthma sufferers?

Apple is sitting on around $250 billion in cash. That’s Billion with a “B.” That’s $250 thousand million. Why not donate to a healthcare fund, say, $50 billion. Liberal Apple investors love Apple and helping poor people (with other people’s money). They won’t mind. The interest or investment income alone could go a long way to help people who can’t afford healthcare.

George Soros, who spends billions on political activism, could do better by putting that money into a similar fund. All these concerned liberals are only concerned with spending other peo…

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