You dishonestly (As you always do) argued that because those 47% use services, they should be taxed and it's unfair they aren't. Except that they ARE taxed for the 2 largest programs in the budget, and do use servicesIs investing in retirement a tax? You just cannot help yourself can you? Diverting not only from the thread topic but also from the income tax issue that 47% don't pay?
Conservative, completely dishonest. As usual.