from Mike 2810
Haymarket/other who support the position.I do not remember saying that I knew it would. Although history shows that it can happen that way as the tax increases under Clinton showed.Please provide evidence that your stance on taxing will grow the economy and provide more jobs than the current regulations.
I never said they did. My argument is NOT the statist argument. Please do not confuse it.Please provide evidence that Congress has violated laws by establishing the current tax system we have.
It certainly is an answer to the problem of a discriminatory and preferential tax rate for capital gains which primarilly benefits the wealthy over average working people.Stating all type of income should be taxed at the same rate is not an answer, its an opinion.
It most certainly is the answer as to why the average worker making an average salary cannot accumulate capital gains like the wealthy can so they benefit proportionately. Thats basic math.Stating the average American does not have disposable income to take advantage of all of the tax rules is not an answer, its an opinion.