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  1. Mike says:

    Lots of fallacies in this. You could argue until your blue in the face about a lot of things, but some of the things taxes are designed to pay for is infrastructure. To use the milk analogy, it overlooks the folks who either can’t or don’t want to drink milk, and those who are drinking the milk have also been drinking the living hell out of it. How long does infrastructure last? Not forever. When you listen to your mantra makers, the Kochs want to eliminate all taxes, but how many fleets of various types have they been sending out to use and crumble such infrastructure? Now they want to complain that they have to help pay for it? Well… not just now, but for the last 3.5+ decades. They want to destroy the country, but you overlook all that and chomp at the bit at anything they feed as a talking point about what’s fair. These slimy bastards have wealth made off of their daddy’s fortune, which by the way, was made by industrializing the Soviet Union. Nevermind that they were a group that he despised. The almighty dollar (or ruble in this case) was too much of a temptation to not help your enemy.

    • Rich says:

      This is simply stupid. If you are not going to argue the facts on their merits, then your opinions have no value. Say something useful like: companies who offshore jobs should pay higher taxes than those who create jobs here; or wealthy people who hire people (Bill Gates) should pay less than those who don’t (Tiger Woods). Take a read of Harrison Bergeron by Vonnegut if you want to see the future of this socialist nonsense (that is if you read).

    • Henry Knouse says:

      Could this have something to do with the fact that the one percent is rapidly gaining in income while the bottom 99 percent is losing. More right wing clap trap to me. Get the wing nuts out of office

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