On November 8, 2016, through a Presidential election process that was manipulated by the GOP and Russia, Donald J. Trump became the 45th President of the United States.
While I will always respect the office of the President, Trump and the GOP have given voice to numerous un-American beliefs.
I oppose him, and his party, on that basis, and I am not alone.
"Rich people are not the cause of a robust economy - they're the result of a robust economy."
"Tax me, because my country, our country, means more than my money."
If you want to be taxed at a higher rate, then break out your checkbook and send a check to the IRS!! Until then, your just full of gas!!!
@AnonymousPlease take another look at the very first person speaking: Charles Fink, entrepreneur and philanthropist.Someone who "breaks out his checkbook" professionally.It's right there, on screen, not five seconds into the clip.Now, I'm not sure if you're missing the point of the argument, or rejecting it, but I'll try to restate it in simpler terms:The government, by giving more money to millionaires in the form of tax breaks, has less money to spend on the things America needs.It's not about any one individual: it's about a class of people.It's also not making a donation to the IRS: it's about "what we pay for civilized society."