How to Play The Money Game Like The Uber Rich

Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney

MITT Romney, as I write this in November 2012, is currently standing to be president of the United States. It is claimed by Bloomberg news that although he has an estimated $250 million fortune, as recently as 2007 he was using a loop hole to pay zero income tax.

Earlier this year, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), had suggested that the Republican presidential nominee refused to release his tax returns because he had not paid any income taxes over a 10-year period.

Despite all of this the guy was still prepared to stand for public office and will be prepared to bring in tax after tax increases that will hammer the middle classes.

The audacity of all these guys is simply breath taking. This is not an anti republican/right wing rant on  my behalf. I waited until after the US elections before posting this article and I am also of a mind that the vast majority of politicians, whatever their party are quite capable of moralizing to the rest of us about why we should pay our taxes, whilst opting out themselves.  In the Uk, champagne socialist, former Prime Minister Tony Blair, managed to pay less than 5% tax on his $12 million world wide earnings last year.

At the same time here in Europe and particularly Spain where I live taxes for the working class have all risen and the middle classes are about to be hammered. How can this possibly be fair and how much longer will it go on? I have neither the time nor the inclination to be a revolutionary. My philosophy is simply this. The system is broken. The uber rich will continue to screw the rest of us. Its unfair, but if those are the rules of the game then going forwards I choose to play their game rather than the one my poor, working class father brought me up to do so.

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