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Thanks so it is a Bill O'Reilly in the -- -- growth segment tonight we've got three hot topics beginning with the rich paying their fair share in taxes.
-- Crowley joins us now from Los Angeles for yet today you know you can't look at like a slim mr.
French -- -- beer you know Sebastian Cabot.
It's very dignified -- wow -- and very very timely very timely reference.
I like to think for myself as a -- James brawl and not a thin Sebastien cabinet but that's just me looking at the beard it's.
Half then you know I think would that be -- though you could go to Taco Bell and they might hire you now because of the just the presence behind downer.
Thanks for the plug for my buck well you who welcome our fair share your rich guy and now.
Fair share in taxes.
Now I think -- states up to about 14% state income tax.
Pres Obama wants to raise it up to about 40% federal it's 54% if he knocks out the deduction for state income taxes which he wants to do you think they have 54.
Well first -- we should stop saying tax the rich -- say tax the successful.
Because I'm not rich unsuccessful.
And rich is easy to -- -- that's just the guy who inherited daddy's money.
Whose dad was the monopoly man and he lives up on the hill.
I'm successful you are successful.
Because we worked our tails off and it's harder to take money away from people that worked very hard for.
And it's very easy to say -- the rape but it really should be taxed at six.
Miller Miller says that -- do and -- has met and he angry about it because he say look I'm getting targeted -- Dennis Miller.
On because I -- Have achieved something so it's really it is checks in the the the successful but it's also taxing achievement.
And in it to some extent rewarding.
I I get along with Dennis great.
-- -- just the other day unfortunately.
Our beard started fighting so we can I mean yeah we're gonna take it away more absolutely.
I've I -- I can do some quick math Oreo.
There's a federal budget is three point eight billion dollars -- it's a trillion dollars.
Know that the population's about 314.
Million -- people.
In the United States so.
Your fair share I mean everyone needs to pay 121076.
I have two kids and a wife at home so might not would be 48000.
That would be my fair share now I'm -- to round up to 485.
And then be heralded as a hero in my community right.
-- You gotta pay more -- hope that they really and really here's why this and you're like why guys like -- gas is three dollars again -- the average person pays three dollars a gallon for gas some people get gas for free.
I pay thirty dollars a gallon and Amish -- I'm supposed to be looked down upon us how about we take the people that don't pay anything for gas and get them -- you have to pay something for gas -- we all drive the same route.
You can't that's too judgmental and this is a good example of where we are put this guy's picture up Cory Curtis Racine Wisconsin.
Father of nine.
All right there's -- father of -- -- he's behind in his child support by a 100000 dollars he's got six mothers on the nine children.
And a judge in Racine Wisconsin has ordered mr.
Curtis not to have anymore children this -- board.
Now I know the ACLU is -- to come up into.
All I -- it but who's supporting those nine children that this guy won't support.
Korolev O'Reilly and Miller aerial threat that's who support them right here it's about responsibility I mean we have every color and -- religion.
Do in this kind of stuff but in this country.
The Cory Curtis is of the world -- I'm so happy this judge well hold them accountable.
Basically like they stayed true life you have nineties by six different women now pay form hey see you later on ball into the saloon owner I'm going to begin.
And who's gonna -- well here we are hey we I -- not not only not.
Only we got to pay today we're gonna pay tomorrow and the next day when these kids get into trouble and get into the system the president have a father figure to discipline them.
That's not just how much it's not the launch were paying for today.
It's prison and rehab.
And unemployment that we can look forward to in the future.
Because that's -- it actually is an otherwise his I had just got to stop with his sympathy and crying.
There are some people who do need help.
Those children certainly do.
And I'm and I'm more than happy to help those children with that guy.
He should be in jail now like his -- should be put know what -- And they'll commit a -- -- yeah we don't judge enough as a society we look down more time.
On smokers than we do deadbeat dads -- that's not a good thing.
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