reply to post by brainwrek
Yes, I could surmise what you intended by your post. Pay income tax because I pay way more income tax than you ever have. Maybe you have, maybe you
haven't. I'm not trying to debate that. You don't have to clarify anything.
If the constitution is supposed to work for anybody, who do you think it should work for? Were you there to vote on SSI? To take a percentage out of
everyones paycheck each week to take care of people who never put a dime in. We could go on and on, but you should be able to get the point when you
are "smarter than you".
I'm not trying to attack you brainwrek, I am just asking for something more than a minimal post about constitutional rights, which were done away
with long before we were even born.
Talk about rights, did you or anyone you know vote for bailouts? Patriot acts? Immigration? Womens lib? Gay rights? Desegregation? War on drugs? Wars?
Secret wars? So many more things that there is not enough bandwidth to even finish. Sorry for getting off topic.
What I tried to point out before was that = take away 300-500 million $ out of local economies immediately. Some areas will be hurt worse than others.
It all trickles down.
We have money in this country. Its probably true that the FED wants it more, yet we are not broke as a country. How do we fund everything when we are
broke? If it were by military dominance, then you may have a point, but judging by how we are dealing with our two wars going on, we don't want to
display our dominance.
Wealth/cash flow/ money, increases exponentially as more people enter the world. It just seems to "trickle up", hence the brilliant pun that Reagan
tricked you with. We redistribute wealth upwards and never down the line. How is that constitutional?
We can bicker all day and we can always be right, yet it doesn't change the fact that this will have repercussions that haven't been thought of yet,
or maybe they have been figured and they don't care. How's that for rights?
Voting is technically illegal via the 14th amendment, anyways, everyone I've ever voted for was never elected. Are my rights being represented when
People asked for democracy, and we got it, it means mob rule in latin.
Again, back to the OP, this had better get funded, because it will create much dissent. Congress/senate doesn't have to worry too much, when they
retire, they are taken care of. Lifetime pension and medical care, and most likely a cushy job for whatever bills they helped pass. Its the reality of
it. Talk about rights again, please.
Maybe there are benevolent circumstances at play, maybe we are trying to gear the public at large to get into the healthcare industry... If thats the
case, they are doing it all wrong. Its just feeding another beast. It would be sane if true, but how can we trust anyone of those guys? I helped elect
approximately 0 out of 700 positions. How can I ever be right?