Who Will Save New York’s Rich People? (Christine Quinn, Maybe?)

Pity New York’s rich people.  Influential elected officials at the city, state and federal levels are all pushing their own

Pity New York’s rich people. 
Influential elected officials at the city, state and federal levels are all pushing their own plans for new income taxes on high earners. And with gaping budget holes and a generally liberal political environment nationally and locally, it’s looking increasingly unlikely that anyone’s going to stop them.
“It’s time to pile on—when in doubt, just go after where the money is” said Joseph Strasburg, president of the Rent Stabilization Association, a major landlord group fighting the tax hikes. “The feds are gonna go. The state, in my mind, regardless of protestations—it’s going to be very difficult, because it could be the budget closer.

Who Will Save New York’s Rich People? (Christine Quinn, Maybe?)