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- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Steven Spielberg & Disney want to raise your taxes

The Ultra-Rich Steven Spielberg and Barbra Streisand along with Disney want to fuck the people with higher taxes.

The Hollywood super-rich living in their mansions in Beverly Hills and Malibu want to soak those fighting hard every day to get ahead with brand new income and sales taxes.

The super-rich kiss the Socialist ass of Jerry Brown and donate money to his tax increasing Proposition 30.  Playing a rich Socialist in Hollywood is more important than thinking about the little people they are fucking over.

The lion's share of campaign donations for Comrade Governor Jerry Brown's Socialist tax-raising Proposition 30 has come from public employee unions, but the effort also has the backing of many businesses, some of which do not appear to have a direct connection to the initiative.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that billionaire entertainment businesses have given Prop. 30 a total of nearly $1 million.

  • Disney
  • Sony
  • CBS
  • NBC
  • Viacom
  • Warner Brothers
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Co., Occidental Petroleum and other energy companies have thrown in roughly $1 million between them.

Soft-drink companies - which are spending millions to try to defeat soda taxes in Richmond and El Monte (Los Angeles County) - have dipped into their campaign coffers to give half-a-million dollars to Brown's effort to temporarily raise state sales and income taxes.

Other business donors to Prop. 30 include real estate groups, casinos and racetracks. Entertainment moguls and celebrities, including Steven Spielberg and Barbra Streisand, also have made donations.

Private and public employee unions have by far been the biggest donors to the effort, which has raised more than $41 million total. But Dan Newman, a spokesman and strategist for Prop. 30, said winning the support of major businesses was "critical" for the ballot measure.

Read more at: San Francisco Chronicle

Screw Disney
The Evil Disney Corporation wants you to pay more in taxes.
Stop buying Disney products and going to their parks.

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