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Published on Jan 10, 2012
Mark heads to the old Northfield Freight House and calls on Rick Santorum to address the issues of the self-employed. Santorum dismisses the distinction between small business and the self-employed, but goes on to prove his exceptional knowledge on the laws affecting them. He almost breaks Republican taboo when he explains that President Ronald Reagan raised taxes for many Americans. Reagan "got snookered" when it came to the Social Security amendments of 1983. Since then, self-employed income has been taxed at the employee's share plus the employer's, a flat 15.3%.