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'Finally, there is the issue of fairness. Many of the people who would be affected by busting the tax cap would get nothing in return. As

free-market economist Peter Ferrara states, "People in their fifties who are earning six-figure salaries won't be eligible for a personal

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Why are you bringing up the issue of fairness? In what way is it fair not to apply the social security tax to income over $90,000? Can't

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who has 100% of their income subject to social

security tax?

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saying that busting the tax cap would fix

Social Security. That's why I included the link to the Social Security Actuaries' memo on the subject and explained the memo in the remainder

of the paragraph. I included the larger Ivins quote, including the "there is no crisis" argument, because the later sentence about busting

the tax cap didn't make any sense without the rest of the paragraph. I have, however, dealt with the "there is no crisis" argument here . /p>

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the government taxes away 12.4% of income,

that is money that business do not have to invest, to create new services and technologies, and, ultimately, new jobs. It's especially bad

for economic growth to put a whopping tax increase on higher incomes, as busting the tax cap would do, since it is the top marginal tax rate

on income that would have the biggest effect on economic growth. The reason is that those people with higher incomes are often either the By using Office 2010 Professional, you can save your money and time.

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First, I don't know where you got the .1% figure for those make over $90,000. A look at the most recent table from the Census Bureau and

doing the math shows that of those of working age (15 and older) 4.3% make over $90,000. If you project 2010

include the entire population, including

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the rest of America to levy a heavy tax

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provide for his own retirement, not to expect the "rich" to provide it for him.