March 21, 2009

JIM LINDGREN: “I was thinking: How about imposing a 90% tax on the income over $100,000 of some of the people who caused this mess? Perhaps not at the top of most lists, but fairly near the top, should be Christopher Dodd, Barney Frank, and the leaders of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and ACORN. If Congress is going to target unpopular people who make larger than average incomes, it should start with itself (and its sources of campaign funds and workers).”

Problem is, you can tax ’em all you want, but that’s no guarantee that they’ll actually, you know, pay their taxes . . . .

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