Millionaires ask Congress to raise their taxes
November 16th, 2011
04:03 PM ET
3 years ago

Millionaires ask Congress to raise their taxes

Washington (CNNMoney) - A group of two dozen millionaires stormed Capitol Hill on Wednesday, demanding lawmakers raise their taxes.

"We want to pay more taxes," said California millionaire Doug Edwards, a former marketing director for Google. "If you're fortunate, and you make more than a million dollars a year, you ought to pay more taxes."

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  1. SecedingfromTexas

    @RUDY NYC
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    No, we don't want a President that answers to an "anonymous person", and I want to know why no discussion
    on Sen Toomey finding a loophole in King Norquist's pledge that would release the nuts that signed it. Is this
    true, and just being ignored by the not-so-super committee Republicans, or what?

    November 16, 2011 05:51 pm at 5:51 pm |
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