posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 02:09 AM
reply to post by mnemeth1
Your scenario is flawed in that, as a corporation, to fail they would have to go bankrupt, if they recognize their probability of going bankrupt, they
file bankruptcy and no longer owe anyone money. The little guy gets screwed again.
BP can then pack up their bags and go drill somewhere else, feeling no worse for the wear. So yes, the government is preventing BP's bankruptcy right
now and that's not a bad thing.
Taxes do not, in my mind, require violence. Only you do. You're the one proposing violence as a means of tax collection. So far as we can tell,
you're the one not paying taxes, you're the one forcing us to take on a heavier burden of indebtedness.
You've pointed out problem after problem but offer no other solution than anarchy. Once again the selfish, 'me first' attitude that will do no one
any good and would aboslutely accept the same greedy, manipulative environment that allows gangsters and corporate monopolies to thrive.
It's almost disturbing, the level of irresponsibility you have. Best of luck with it, I'm hoping to not have to participate in this particular
thread again, it's rather sickening.