it’s buffett’s opinion that congress needs to stop snuggling the super-rich. i don’t see why, they look very cuddleable
I don't know Kris, I doubt that Bill Gates has ever been described as cuddlable. Unless you like cuddling turtlemen…so I guess April O'Neill should be called in.
My cuddling rates are $15 million per cuddle. For another $500, I'll tell you "I wuv you."
Steve Jobs is now personally overseeing the development of a cuddling app for the iPhone. The Lite version is free but has ads. The Premium version is $1.49, and the HD version exclusively for the iPad is $1.99.
What's an ad hug? Do they like wear a brand shirt or do they just whisper product information into your ear the whole time?
I'll coddle 'em till they tap out. And then some.
The super-rich are hug creators. If they do not receive sufficient cuddling, they will outsource their hugs to India.
Don't believe the hype. The hugs they create are tantamount to cuddle slavery. They keep people below the poverty level of coziness, and at the same time they seek to eviscerate the government's social hug programs. They want all the Mmmmm That's Nice™ to themselves. It's class warfare, plain and simple.
Hrm… this is in direct violation of super-rich guy law.
Namely; don't let poor people touch you.
That Buffett is a real maverick.
Dude. Hobos need cuddles too. Except… they smell like poop. And shake a lot. And scream about the snakes. But they still need hugs.
I nominate you for the job. Get hugging. And then get some lice shampoo; you're going to need it.
See, Hobos create jobs. Business is just in it for the swag.
If Warren Buffet wants to coddle Congress -back-, he's welcome to send in all the extra tax he wants to pay. He need only make a check out to the United States Treasury and mail it to:
Gifts to the United States
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Credit Accounting Branch
3700 East-West Highway, Room 622D
Hyattsville, MD 20782
Goddammit, that isn't the point. Its not about one person's contribution and Buffett couldn't make up for his demographic by himself anyways.
His article mentions 8,274 persons who had a taxable income of $10 million or greater in 2009. An increase in income tax of 10% to this group would be $8 trillion. That would put Buffett's contribution at 27% which is still lower than his more conventionally taxed office workers, who start at 33%.
He could do a good job convincing them to donate along with him rather than waiting for congress to pass a law to force them to spread cuddles to all.
So why doesn't Buffet support the Flat Cuddles Act?? Huh?
Fat cats cuddle best.
Now, start smelling the super-rich's hair.
And giving the super-rich sensual massages.
Now, you wouldn't deny the super-rich a happy ending, would you?
Awww yeah. Just like that.
Next up: Fondling the super-rich.
…and then I moved to the moon.
If I cuddle myself, will I be arrested for hug-tax evasion?
No, but you will go blind.
…why do so many rich business people look like the Cryptkeeper?
Warren Buffet is a great philanthropist.