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Originally posted by neo96
how do the rich create jobs?
...his product needs people...then that product needs transportation...retail outlets that need people...
oh and those people who say push more taxes off to someone else isnt greedy? yeah yeah tax whoever and whatever not me man thats garbage
if your a special interest you get out of them and others dont.
the constitution has many protections for property rights ie money and that no persons right superceeds any other person or groups rights.
Wrong! All rights are not equal. The rich are able to use their wealth to manipulate the legal/tax system to their benefit. If they don't pay their taxes, they get a slap on the hand a small fine. If I don't pay I get a hefty fine and my liscence taken away!
that means you can not take from me to give to yourself or someone else because all rights in this country are equal
I'd like to see you prove that they pay half of their income to taxes!
because its bull crap for people to be paying over half their incomes in taxes
Demand creates jobs, not wealth alone.
Wealth does not create employment.
if you are and you make that much money you need to hire an accountant, because you're an idiot.
The founding fathers knew the perils of unregulated capitolism.......and now we are living it!
Wrong! All rights are not equal. The rich are able to use their wealth to manipulate the legal/tax system to their benefit.
I was so stunned by your ignorance on the conversation I couldn't bring myself to reply in a timely manner.
Simply giving rich people more money isn't going to create more jobs. That's the point, how you don't understand that I'm not sure.
I don't know what number of graphs, facts and studies would have to be done to assuredly infiltrate your skull with this knowledge.
You've blinded yourself with your utopian ideals, for that I'm sorry.
The point remains, however, that giving the top 1% of earners more money isn't helping anyone else but them.