George H.W. Bush once called supply-side economics VooDoo economics and he was correct.
That's nice.Since I was Ed Clark's campaign chairman for New Haven in 1980 I have a fairly good understanding of what it means to be a libertarian
Seriously??? I mean.... Seriously? The day i begin going off topic to discuss your political lean is the day you'd have a point.2) You haven't demonstrated anything that would suggest that you are in a position to make such a pronouncement
People caught up in labels are the first to "note". You know, the "im a libertarian because its cool" crowd. If you would like to discuss me as opposed to the topic, by all mean send me a PM. Or make a post in another sub forum.3) others have noted your perspective is one of statist or welfare socialist as well
It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion.
"Wealth of Nations," Book V, Chapter II, Part II, Article I, pg.911
1) lib elites say their welfare socialist schemes are designed to help the poor. In reality, those schemes keep people mired in poverty and dependent on dem leaders. By doing so, dem leaders create a permanent underclass of voters who keep them in office and wealthy
2) dems claim their gun control schemes will make us safer when in reality those schemes embolden criminals and cause honest people to feel they are in danger leading citizens to abdicate more rights to the government in return for sketchy promises of more safety. Furthermore by pushing gun control dems can claim they are doing something "about crime" while actually making the lives of criminals safer
3) dems claim they want to "protect jobs" by burdening American Corporations with all sorts of rules, taxes and red tape that actually cause corporations to move off shore to remain profitable. Then Dem leader demonize those corporations in order to gain more political power from the brain dead union types who haven't figured out yet that corporations are founded to make their owners money, not to support and feed a union