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Tax Dunk

July 9, 2010

Don’t like basketball, don’t care about basketball and I don’t have a high opinion of the players’ character overall. But it smacks of hypocrisy to see LeBron James criticized about a payday when James Cameron just raked in $350 million for “Avatar.” Besides – it’s Cleveland. Who the hell wants to live and work in Cleveland? If the fans don’t like it, move to Miami.

“LeBron’s Taxing Decision” – The Heritage Foundation

Obama: “I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money” – Hot Air

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  1. July 10, 2010 at 5:15 AM

    Aside from the huge ego-fest that accompanied this event (let’s face it, one does not become an NBA luminary by not being an A-type personality), it matters not one whit who made what. Both LeBron James and James Cameron took the risks and deserve the payday they earned.

    I cannot stand James LeBron — more specifically, the hoopla surrounding him — but the guy wanted a championship, was rolling snake-eyes in Cleveland, and sought the better talent to make it happen in another city.

    These two — James and James — will do something that the idiots in the gummint cannot seem to do: they will create jobs from in the industry that support their efforts..

    ..and none of this “saved or created” crap either.

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