Just because I didn't mention something in one post doesn't mean I don't think it. You're once again wrong about my beliefs.Also, you're speaking of corporations as if they don't contribute anything (like jobs and taxes) or provide any service. You also ignore the reality that anyone starting a business also runs the risk of having it fail spectacularly. The only reason to incur such risk is the potential for great reward. I know how distasteful the word "profit" is to some, but many people, rich and poor, benefit from the things brought about because of a motive to make money.
And now you've just contradicted yourself. You already formed the opinion that I think the rich should be taxed at 100% because that's somehow more moral. It's standard conservative absolutism. You can't see the world in anything except black and white, so I see no reason to discuss it further with you.I don't disagree that everyone should pay. The rich are paying and fully about half of the population is supported by the other half. Tell me how the so called poor (folks in other countries would just love the standard of living our poor have) are paying when they somehow get a tax refund on taxes they never had to pay. I'd really be interested in knowing how much "soaking the rich" would be enough for you.
I mean, I couldn't have spelled it out any clearer, but you went there anyway. Jesus, man. How do you live thinking this way?
Me: "I don't think taxing the rich more is always better."
You: "You think taxing the rich more is always better."