Heritage's Moore: Idea That 'Rich Aren't Paying Taxes' Is Just Another Obama Lie
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Many people believe that the wealthy pay little if any taxes. But nothing could be further from the truth, says Stephen Moore, chief economist at The Heritage Foundation. Middle-class angst about taxes is understandable, he writes in The Washington Times. "But the idea that the rich aren't paying any taxes is based on misinformation fed to voters." [Full Story]
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