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Subject: Re: Euphemism Of The Day Date: 12/13/2012 10:44 AM
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According to the Washington Post, it’s not a “death tax,” it’s a “posthumous federal levy on accumulated wealth.”
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I like Humus but it is a little gassy so dealing with me posthumus I don't know

Ain't no such thing as a death tax, and no death panels never even discussed them, and doctors really like old people so treating them for free shouldn't be a problem, in fact they will enjoy paying TO treat them, they are all wealthy anyway and we have a budget problem

There really are obvious solution if only John Boehner would step up to the plate.
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