Have any proof of this?the main argument is that in the long run, a system that allows people to vote up taxes on other people is doomed to fail because the majority becomes addicted to others being forced to pay for stuff the majority wants.
Really?The majority becomes lazy and indolent and one day the bill becomes too big.
If the riches taxes are raised everyone becomes lazy?
Ill ask again do you have any proof of this?
Because back in the 40's and 50's the richest taxes were high did we see a lot of "lazy people"?
What? The riches taxes at historic lows? Unemployment high?Sort of like what we have now.
So its democracies fault?or to paraphrase a well known adage: Democracy fails once the masses learn they can vote themselves the content of the public treasury