Stephen King has written an article for the daily beast that rips the rich a new one. I could hear fabric tearing as I read it. the link is below for those in Thom Land who may find this interesting. enjoy!

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/04/30/stephen-king-tax-me-for-f-s-sake.html

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Katshores 3 years 40 weeks ago
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Those who make more money have tax lawyers they have on their payrolls to help them. They (those who have the money) claim that they will love to pay more tax but do you really feel they are indeed sincere? Vice President Al Gore had Occidental Petroleum stock while he was VP. Did he sell his shares prior to becoming VP. No. He claims its in Trust. I dont see him selling it now when he is forcing us to drive electric cars. Call it like it is Socalist feel we should do what they want us to do, but they dont do what they pass is their responsiblity. I give praise to Ed Begley. The actor. Long before their was Green programs he was doing this long before anything spoke about it. He recycled rain water, materails and drove electric cars long before the embargo of the mid 1970s. If our President wants us to go on Green fuels let Air Force One be on bio-fuels and his Motor pool run on it. Lead by example, Mr. President. If President Carter had solar panels well, President show us your serious!

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