Tax Guru-Ker$tetter Letter
Tuesday, August 07, 2001
One of my pet peeves for a long time has been how so many of the super-rich celebrities are so vehemently opposed to tax cuts, when they seem to be among those who would benefit the most. While I have long admired the work of such film makers as Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, it literally turns my stomach when I think of their support of the Clintons and their fellow Communist Travelers and their avowed hatred for Capitalism and the Constitution. I have some theories as to how they can rationalize these seemingly contradictory stands, which I hope to expound on some day.
In the meantime, here's another excellent piece on the subject by one of my favorite writers, Jonah Goldberg of National Review.
He also covers another irritation I have with celebrities and politicians. How the heck can they have any understanding of how we normal folks have to cope with life when they have huge herds of servants to do everything for them? Queen Hillary still has a large cadre of Secret Service agents to carry her bags and do all of the menial tasks that we little people have to do for ourselves every day. I often dream of how much more I could accomplish if I had dozens of servants, especially if they were paid for by someone else