Why not slash spending and let 10,000 investors decide where to invest rather than one Government?Skipjack wrote:Ohhh, come on now. Nobody is taxing the rich into poverty. They are still paying way less taxes now than they did before Reagan, who gave them large tax cuts. There are also lots of loop holes for the very rich to avoid paying taxes. The middle class is what is carrying the country. They need a tax releave more than the rich.Ah. Well then we tax the rich into poverty that will fix it.
The Hayek identified problem. Look up his Nobel Lecture.
Well of course we don't want to tax the Rich into Poverty. Who would cover the dole?
And who needs rich investors to create jobs when the government can do it so much more efficiently? $90 billion for 901 jobs I hear. $10 million a job. But OK. Give me $10 million and I will create 2 jobs at $2.5 million per and pocket $5 million for myself. I swear it will be worth it to you. Isn't it worth big bucks to double the rate of job creation you can do for $10 million?