Longoria: The Eva Longoria who worked at Wendy's flipping burgers needed a tax break. The Eva Longoria who works on movie sets does not.—
The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) September 07, 2012
We’ve asked before, and in light of Eva Longoria’s speech to the Democratic National Convention Thursday night, we’ll ask again: is there some secret tax code for celebrities? Kirstie Alley and Jon Lovitz both have claimed to pay 50 percent or more in taxes, but Longoria is asking to pay more now that she’s a movie star. She needed the federal tax break before she was famous, when she was flipping burgers at Wendy’s.
Fox News analyst Kirsten Powers and others remember things differently.
I worked at Wendy's….I didn't make enough money to pay taxes I don't think. Maybe i'm remembering wrong. I was in high school.—
kirsten powers (@kirstenpowers10) September 07, 2012
Longoria should run for something, having already mastered art of telling untruths convincingly.—
Ramesh Ponnuru (@RameshPonnuru) September 07, 2012
Rich and famous Eva Longoria, you’re always welcome to pay more.
Ms. Longoria if you wan t to pay more in taxes cut a check right now, for 505 of your income and I will be impressed.—
Melody (@prfekrdumbrella) September 07, 2012
Can we get one more quick fact check?
Fact Check: Eva Longoria works on movie sets?—
Amanda Guinzburg (@Guinz) September 07, 2012