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Taxing the liberal elite: Let them pay their fair share too

Alec BaldwinGeorge Soros

I find it most amusing to read about the super rich paying their fare share. Fine. I hope that when measures to that end are finally taken, the tax collectors won't neglect to soak such luminaries as, say, Barbara Streisand, Oprah, Michael Moore, Alec Baldwin and George Soros, to name just a few.

Paul C. Shugrue, Baltimore

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