Busted: After Demanding Higher Taxes On Rich, and Calls For “Fair Share”, Al Gore Rushes Current TV sale to avoid “His Share”

“The single most popular proposal we had was to reduce taxes on working people, and lift the higher rate.  Let’s give an incentive to work, and let’s ask the most fortunate in our society, including me and you, to do our fair share.  And we ought to do that again.”

– Al Gore, Nov. 2012  (link)

But apparently Al Gore thinks all the One Percenters’ EXCEPT HIM, should pay the “fair share” schtick….. (New York Times) … Al Jazeera did not disclose the purchase price, but people with direct knowledge of the deal pegged it at around $500 million, indicating a $100 million payout for Mr. Gore, who owned 20 percent of Current. Mr. Gore and his partners were eager to complete the deal by Dec. 31, lest it be subject to higher tax rates that took effect on Jan. 1, according to several people who insisted on anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly. But the deal was not signed until Wednesday. (link)

Typical Prog.

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6 Responses to Busted: After Demanding Higher Taxes On Rich, and Calls For “Fair Share”, Al Gore Rushes Current TV sale to avoid “His Share”

  1. griz1234 says:

    Utterly a typical prog.

    Hypocritical in attempting to avoid paying his “fair share”, and utterly incompetent in actually getting the deal done on time.


  2. Coast says:

    Also I heard the Glen Beck made an office, but Gore turned it down, not because of money, but rather based on Beck’s conservative views.


    • michellc says:

      I heard Gore didn’t even allow him to make an offer because he was ideologically different than him. Doesn’t that kind of mean Gore hates America, wants Americans and Christians killed? What it sounds like to me if he wanted someone ideologically like him to buy his station.


  3. If not for inventing the internet, man-bear-pig (Gore) would have no redeeming qualities.


  4. People who advocate high tax rates and yet want to use legal means to avoid them are hypocrites by definition.


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