RNC To Hillary: Will You Pay The Extra Taxes You Want To Force On Other Americans?

This would mean that Hillary should write a check for over $4.6 million dollars to the IRS

(Breitbart) Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Priebus will, on Monday, send a letter to former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s personal tax attorney Rorrie Gregorio, asking her if Clinton has paid the tax rates she expects billionaires and millionaires to pay — or if she’s not leading by example.

Under Hillary Clinton’s own tax plan, those making more than $5 million a year would be required to pay a surcharge to the treasury. In doing the math, since 2001, the Clintons would need to pay nearly $5 million more in taxes to comply with their own proposal. Clinton’s campaign tells Breitbart News she’ll pay that much just as soon as the RNC agrees to the rest of her policy agenda.

“As Hillary and Bill Clinton’s financial and estate planner, as well as their personal accountant, I am writing to you on this annual tax day to inquire as to whether Hillary Clinton has chosen to put her money where her mouth is, and pay the additional taxes she is hypocritically proposing that other Americans of similar income pay, but not said she is willing to voluntarily pay herself,” Priebus writes in the letter to Gregorio, a copy of which was provided exclusively to Breitbart News ahead of its public release.

Priebus goes on

This 4-percent “surcharge” would effectively create an entirely new tax bracket for people at the top 0.01 percent, such has herself. Since leaving the White House in early 2001, at a time when she claimed to be “dead broke,” the Clintons have earned at least $186,674,757 in taxable income. In 2014, the last year in which the Clintons have publicly released their tax returns, they earned $22,787,248, their highest single year of taxable income since being “dead broke.” With the Clintons’ tremendous income, I am calling upon them to fully embrace her new tax by applying the “surcharge” to her family’s previous income since 2001 when her family income has been in excess of $10 million on average annually.

Going back to 2001, this 4% surcharge would mean a tax bill of $4,687,898.56, and the Clintons would owe $711,489.92 for 2014. Of course, as we see in the 2nd paragraph of the excerpt, Clinton won’t practice what she preaches until everyone else is forced to do the same, much like with the way Warmists refuse to walk the talk in reducing their own carbon footprints (something that neither Hillary nor Bernie will do). Priebus ends his letter thusly

Whether it was the improper use of interest deductions on their Whitewater real estate loans, or their current use of real estate loopholes to avoid fully paying the estate tax, another tax she seeks to raise, the Clintons can no longer hide their hypocritical penchant for gaming the tax system. The American people are tired of the Clintons playing by their own set of rules. I urge Hillary Clinton to put aside her family’s tax hypocrisy, put her money where her mouth is, and pay the IRS the costs of her own tax hiking agenda.

She won’t. She likes her coffers full

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9 Responses to “RNC To Hillary: Will You Pay The Extra Taxes You Want To Force On Other Americans?”

  1. Jeffery says:

    So Democrats should go above and beyond the law before it’s law? If HRC paid $5 million more would you support her plan?? LOL. Would you change your principles based on what she does?? LOL.

    Where did you serve during the Afghanistan and Iraq invasions?

  2. Yes, Jeff, Dems should. They are advocating for these tax changes. If they aren’t willing to practice what they are preaching, then they are full of shit and total hypocrites. No one has to be forces by law, they can do it on their own.

    I don’t recycle because of law, but because of my environmental beliefs. There are lots of things I do because I believe on them, not because of law. And I don’t do expect people to do things I advocate yet won’t do myself.

    This is a difference between you lefties and conservatives: you require big government coercive laws to force everyone else to live the life you demand, yet won’t do it yourselves, and even after the laws are implemented you want waivers for yourselves.

  3. gitarcarver says:

    And don’t forget Teach, people have the ability under the law to give more to the government.

    As usual, Jeffery’s arguments fall flat because it is not “above and beyond” the law for Hillary to give what Hillary says the government should take.

  4. Jeffery says:

    You’re do full of shit and a hypocrite.
    Where did you serve during the invasions? If not why not?

    Clinton is raising HER OWN TAXES you hypocrite.

    How many Repugs will send themselves or their kids into combat? LOL

  5. Jeffery says:

    Full of shit hypocrite,

    We get it. It’s all politics all the time. You hate her so you smear her. What do you expect from Raunch Previous? LOL

    Remember: you can’t impeach her until after her inauguration

  6. gitarcarver says:

    Poor Jeffery goes off the rails because Clinton is a hypocrite like he is.

    It really is sad to see how Jeffery seems to understand the moral dilemma, but because it benefits him, he isn’t will to do anything about it.

    • Jeffery says:

      Poor little Lying C__ksucker can’t make a sensible statement. It’s sad he cannot defend his own hypocrisy and cowardice.

  7. gitarcarver says:

    I keep telling you Jeffery, there are times when your thoughts about yourself somehow get typed.

    You really should stop that as it shows your mental instability.

  8. gitarcarver says:

    Oh look!

    Another hypocrite:

    Bernie Sanders released his 2014 tax return this weekend, revealing that he and his wife took $60,208 in deductions from their taxable income. These deductions are all perfectly legal and permitted under the U.S. tax code, but they present a morally inconvenient, if delicious, irony: The Democratic socialist from Vermont, a man who rages against high earners paying a lower effective tax rate than blue-collar workers, saved himself thousands using many of the tricks that would be banned under his own tax plan.