Incorrect, it was a specific response to the OP which is attacking 0.6% of millionaries, and 0.002% of taxpayers. Why would it do that? Because it was trying to take irrelevant and sloppy statistics, and make a liberal piece of propoganda.While you decide to attack the 47% at every possible convenient opportunity, it would be fair and just for you to extend some of your ire and contempt for the REPUBLICANS who created that mechanism.
A. I's absurd (a joke) liberal propoganda. Anyone can see how dumb it is based on the above.
B. It doesn't say why they pay no taxes, i.e. it's most likely they paid in too much or had losses, or routine deductions that everyone has. Not only is it irrelevant, it's sloppy because it doesn't explain what the irreleant tiny percentage actually did!
C. That while it's true 0.002% of millionaires didn't pay fed. income taxes, isn't it a lot more reasonable to be looking at the other 46% if the problem is taxes being a free-ride for some.
Bush was a blight on the U.S. IMO. Two terms squandered with war and enciting liberals and moderate to a frothing fury. Bravado, arrogance, and incompetence ruled the day. That's why the tea party is a welcome influence in the Republican party, the #1 thing Bush did wrong was the wars and the spending coupled with them. And the Tea Party holds the opposite position on both the war and spending. Clearly you must believe then that the tea party is a positive influence for the Republican party?