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“Or in other words, he passed on part of Obama's "inheritence"?”
“Same thing goes for other aspects such as inheritence, if a woman decides that she wants only half of what her brother gets then that is up to her (and her relegious belief), no one will come and tell her: You must have as much as him, thus it is an issue of personal choice, a choice that you make as an individual.”
“My radical proposal is to have a real, effective inheritence tax that would take in large sums -- the current inhereritance tax is essentially a voluntary tax -- and use the large sums that could be raised to lower income taxes.”
“The one requested his inheritence and squandered it selfishly thereafter.”
“Same as Steve182 and the rest said, alternatively you could give them to a non profit and write off the deduction, it will help offset any inheritence tax you may have to pay later.”
“Real scientists have done real science to support the claims of evolution, that the diversity of life can be explained by an on-going process of variation, selection and inheritence.”
“And then the Supreme Court hears the upcoming case and overturns that nonsense because the Constitution mandates equal protection under the law ... and giving opposite-sex couples federal tax breaks and inheritence rights while denying them to same-sex couples is a blatant violation of that mandate.”
“Now, without the Truth that is written in Stone, this inheritence is being lost.”
“Without the cautious impulse of a conservatism keen to protect the legacy of the dead and the inheritence of the not yet born, liberalism, in a binge of pandering to political pressure groups and the worshipping of abstract social scientism, would take us on a magical mystery tour of whatever is fashionable within elite circles.”
“It is a myth that families are going to lose their farms due to the inheritence tax.”
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