How exactly do you propose to furnish jobs without the capital provided by the rich?
Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord? And who shall stand in his holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart, who does not lift up his soul to what is false, and does not swear deceitfully. Psalm 24
"True law is right reason in agreement with nature . . . Whoever is disobedient is fleeing from himself and denying his human nature [and] will suffer the worst penalties . . ." - Cicero
See what I did there?
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
Yes, I saw what you did but what you did makes no sense because private sector choice is a lot different from public sector choice. Try to decide where to send your tax dollars.
May as well label them evil assholes then wage ware on them while you're at it. Or infidels and wage a holy war.
I mean, what the **** do you think they are doing to generate income in the first place?
- creating jobs
- providing goods and services that the public wants
These are assholes? I think the peanut gallery that sits back calling these individuals assholes, are the real assholes.
No, I do not have the choice of where to spend my money. Choice of evils is not a choice at all. It is the illusion of choice.
A poor family only has access to a crappy school that is underfunded. A wealthy family can afford to send their kids to any one of a dozen schools in the area, and actually pick the best. A well funded public school system would alleviate this. A poor family can only live in a ghetto, with crime, violence and poverty. A wealthy family can live in a safe area, with access to good services, and police who are out to protect you rather than arrest you. Livable wages would help offset this problem. A poor family works 14 hours a day and is forced to get all their food at McDonald's. A wealthy family has access to better nutrition. Again, wages, and a social system dedicated to ensuring that a person does not go without their basic needs would solve this problem. A wealthy person can afford expensive new drugs and top notch medical care. A poor person dies because their insurance carrier dropped their coverage. A public healthcare system would solve this.
Every example I just gave you is a way that rich people have choice where poor people do not, and each solution means curtailing business in order to SAVE LIVES and improve a person's chance to move up the social and economic ladder.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
They have equal access. What they lack at that point in time, is the money.
There is no one forcibly stopping them from making theoretically (legally) any amount of money, from not having kids, etc.
Wait, yes, actually the government, and apparently democrats/liberals more so than other political persuasions working through government, do indeed want to forcibly stop certain people from making certain amounts of money. There are your bad actors...go get'em tex.
As for those crappy schools what party is preventing vouchers from being implemented?
My question is what keeps a poor person poor, a rich person or a govt. bureaucrat that makes laws that penalizes wealth creation?