Henry Kravis makes $57,000 PER HOUR. You pay more taxes. (video)

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http://warongreed.org/ Henry Kravis is a billionaire, the 57th richest person in America. He acquired this wealth by purchasing public companies with borrowed money. To pay off the debt, he cuts benefits at the company, sells its assets, and lays off employees.

This get-rich-quick scheme made him $450 million last year. Meanwhile, his tax rate is lower than teachers, firemen, nurses, even his own cleaning staff!

Yet everyday we hear another story, we live another experience, we see another example of the horrific economic pain our country is being devastated by.

It’s time all of us started a WAR ON GREED. http://warongreed.org/

14 thoughts on “Henry Kravis makes $57,000 PER HOUR. You pay more taxes. (video)

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  4. wow, that high even for my standard…

    Question is : Did he make $57,000 per hour every hour?
    but even it’s not $57k/hr every hour, it’s still a feat.

    my personal best are just 5 figures in 24 hrs…

    no attempt to out perform Mr Henry here : )…

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  6. What’s equally disturbing…and I think it could happen is that soon even the “tax shelters” of the donated money to get to non-profits and charities may be denied and inapplicable soon unless someone understands the trends and does something…the loopholes are becoming a Vortex…que?

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  8. If I lived in one of those houses for the holidays?

    I’m glad they didn’t ask me. I’m burn that motherfucker to the ground immediately.

  9. Oh, c’mon now. Don’t drag Ron Paul into this sideways and upside down…. First off, RP knows the difference between his ideals and what is practical and fair at this point in American history. He knows we can’t cut off social programs people depend on.
    Secondly, he actually wants to end income taxes on individuals entirely. The thing that has the big money masters scared is they know where he constitutionally *can* get money–and that’s from companies like KKR. Corporate earnings can be taxed–not individuals, if you follow the constitution.
    Think about the possibilities………

  10. “To pay off the debt, he cuts benefits at the company, sells its assets, and lays off employees.”

    Sounds like what Ron Paul would do to America. Ron Paul would sell off public assets and end social programs to pay off the government’s debt.

  11. I agree. Tax the hell out of the super rich and get rid of or drastically reduce taxes on middle class and poor people.

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