What is the definition of “Fair” according to Liberal Democrats and Democrat Politicians?
What is the definition of “Wealthy”?
I’d really like to see a definition of these words in print by a Liberal Source so that we can all be sure we’re talking about the same thing.
The definition of “Rich” at least as applied to income is now officially $250,000 per year per married couple according to President Obama.
We’re constantly bombarded by their cries that “The Rich” or “The Wealthy” should pay “Their Fair Share”.
Considering that according to a dictionary, there are over thirty definitions of “Fair”, I’d be interested in knowing which definition we’re supposed to use.
The synonym: Fair, impartial, disinterested, unprejudiced refer to lack of bias in opinions, judgments, etc. Fair implies the treating of all sides alike, justly and equitably: a fair compromise. Impartial, like fair, implies showing no more favor to one side than another, but suggests particularly a judicial consideration of a case: an impartial judge. Disinterested implies a fairness arising particularly from lack of desire to obtain a selfish advantage: The motives of her guardian were entirely disinterested. Unprejudiced means not influenced or swayed by bias, or by prejudice caused by irrelevant considerations.
So when a Liberal Democrat talks about anyone paying their “Fair Share”, just what number represents “Fair”?
And does their “Fair” include “Impartial” meaning that it’s a “Fair Share” for ALL American Taxpayers to pay, or does it only apply to those they want to punish or impugn?
So c’mon Liberal Democrats, give us a definition of “Fair Share” and “Wealthy” to go along with President Obama’s definition of “Rich” so that we can see if your math matches your rhetoric.
— Kevin Henderson, Halstead.
Letter: Define fair
Jul 26, 2012 at 12:01 AM Jul 26, 2012 at 2:46 PM