Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…

Bus Drivers Shouldn't Pay More Taxes Than Millionaires

Today, the carried interest loophole is just another carve-out for banksters. (Photo: Get Directly Down) Way back in 1985, President Ronald Reagan outlined a very simple principle of tax fairness during a speech at Northside High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Loopholes that allowed millionaires to pay less in taxes in bus drivers, he said, were…