When President Obama speaks about raising taxes on the rich, he speaks about high-income employees and small business owners, not entrepreneurs who build big businesses.

Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki

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When President Obama speaks about raising taxes on the rich, he speaks about high-income employees a.. Robert Kiyosaki

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