By Jim Schutze
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By Lauren Drewes Daniels
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By Lee Escobedo
By Eric Nicholson
Let's assume that Perot is paying 30 percent of his daily income in taxes (and at least he made his own pile)--twice as much as the "fair" flat tax. Thirty percent off Perot's daily million still doesn't mean as much to Perot as the 15 percent that comes from my friend who cleans houses.
That's why we have a progressive income tax. Because it's fair.
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