Discussion in 'The War Room' started by PolishHeadlock2, Oct 7, 2019.
its funny cause its true
letting the government borrow your money to invest it and get it back in april is not paying taxes
The media narrative has little to do with my arguments.
So payroll taxes, sales taxes, property taxes, etc don't exist in your world?
kinda coincidental that they align so well i guess
Business structure is hard and only the wealthy are capable.
That still doesn't address income inequality.
Billy gets paid $3,000 a month while Joe gets paid $30,000. They both taxed at 10% flat rate. Joe is going to have a lot more disposable income than Billy even if the amount of taxes he pays is greater. Over time, Joe will be able to have a much bigger chunk of savings than Billy, not to mention the investment opportunities available to him to make even more money. On the other hand, Billy spends most his income on housing, food, transportation and utilities. His savings and investment will be meagre by the time he retires compared to Joe, assuming he has enough left over to invest and save.
Generalize that across society, and the wealth gap will continue growing. Progressive tax does not address the core issue, but it certain does a better job at slowing this down than a flat tax. Considering the average median personal income in US is only $32,000, that's less than $2,700 a month.
Not really. Alligning one one item is not a big deal.
theres no arguing black people in US have been fucked over in more ways than one over time and still are currently, that's just a fact, but also white people have shit all over native americans and mexicans in the forming of US too, and within white society there is still inequality, and it's a white majority nation in US which is why there is more poor white people than black people so pretending the problem is just race completely ignores the wealth inequality of a larger group of people and is essentially just ignorant
Both sides seem to agree the federal government is an inefficient mess. One side seems to think the solution is to give the federal government more money and control.
It is odd.
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