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Federal and state taxes: How many days did you work this year to pay taxes?

Democrats at all levels of government seem to be laying the bushes waiting to raise taxes?  Sometimes their arguments seem reasonable.  But, see if you can say that after reading Frank Beckman in today's Detroit News where he shares:

  • By April 26, we will have worked 115 days to pay our taxes -- 77 days for federal and 38 days for state and local taxes.
  • By comparison, the foundation estimates we spend 62 days at work to pay for our housing, 52 days for health and medical care, 30 days for transportation, 30 for food, 22 for recreation, 14 for clothing and accessories, and 39 days for other considerations, including savings.

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