Our president continues to push "fair share" on the american people, with no explanation of why he thinks that it will help the economy. "The Buffett Rule" that is being voted on today in the Senate, is a feel good tax that the dems continue to try and justify. When I say feel good, I'm referring to, making people comfortable in the fact that they are suffering, because they know that everyone else is suffering with them. These people arguing to soak the rich, and have them pay their "fair share", are not going to be helped financially by a hike in taxes on our job creators. They are being given the illusion that things are better because we are sticking it to those "evil rich people". Obama continues to push "class warfare", but there is only one problem, America does not have classification of it's people. We have only Americans. This twisted view is used on both sides of the isle to divide so called middle class, from lower class, from upper class or wealthy. This is a tactic used to win elections in both parties. Now, here's the kicker! Statistics compiled form The Internal Revenue Service by the Tax Foundation, show that 93.3% of the total federal tax burden was paid by those making over $50,000 a year, for a total tax rate of 14.1 percent. Tell me about fair share, Mr President. Once again, Obama is running a smoke and mirrors illusion here, don't allow yourself to be sucked in.