We seem to be working awfully hard to give ever more tax breaks to the very wealthy in this young Congress. Since this 'death tax' only affects those passing on in excess of $5 million or $10 million from a couple, we're actually talking about a rarefied subset of the American taxpayer. From studies, this money is rarely a case of money being taxed twice, thrice or more, but is typically made up of 'unrealized' gains, i.e., money that has never been taxed. So, we're talking about a small subset of people, a good bit of untaxed money, money that typically doesn't create jobs or contribute much to the overall economy and does nothing to help the average American our president and this Congress publicly fetishize. In fact, very little that the president has executive ordered or that Congress has passed or repealed goes toward helping the middle class or impoverished, despite the bluster. One might get the impression that our government is saying one thing and doing quite the opposite. Vote 'no' on this red herring and get to work doing something that actually has a positive effect on the American public, not just the wealthy donors.