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My favorite Bond theme has always been -
Bill said that the bottom 60% pay only 2.7% of the taxes that the IRS brings in. So how does that compare to the wealth that they control, compared to the top 40%? Because it may very well be less than 2.7%.
He is right, though: the taxes on the top 1% aren't fair.
They should be higher.
Hey, he's a bishop so he's got a harem of sister wives right here on earth. Explains how he got that blonde haired son who didn't inherit the double whammy of greed genes so he didn't go in to the family biz, but became a physician. Also explains why his sons' families consist of babies born to their wives and babies born by "surrogates", wink wink.
I recently saw An American in Paris and was surprised to see Hayden Rorke (Dr. Bellows) in a supporting role. I'll imply that what happened was that Jeannie blinked Dr. Bellows to Paris, and he immediately assumed that Maj. Nelson was behind it, leading to total chaos in Coco Beach.
In the end, An American in Paris grossed me out. The Gene Kelly-Leslie Caron romance came across as borderline statutory rape.
It used to be that PR firms were for-profit concerns, with PR plastered all over their letterhead. Now they're nonprofit organizations funded with special interest money that do not meet the test for what a nonprofit organization is supposed to do.
That's the material difference here.
Think about two quotes:
Publicist X says "blahblahblah"
The XX Institute says "blahblahblah."
Which carries more weight with the casual reader?