You can "consider" it as you please, but simple supply and demand dictates that overcharging for goods and services do not result in profit maximization. Economics triumphs over your belief system.Originally Posted by Earthworm
A professional athlete is paid what an owner feels is fair dinkum for his services.In truth, I feel that most "rich" deserve to be this way.....but, a baseball player, is he really worth one thousand dollars per pitch during competition ???
If you're against salaries and costs of the industry, you can do your part by boycotting and refusing to give money to professional sports organizations. This can be done by not attending games, not purchasing licensed merchandise, etc.
As an educated businessman, very few things piss me off more than subjective ploys and emotional pandering to trump fiscal science. You may as well just keep screaming out "WON'T SOMEONE PLEEEEEEEEEEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN" over and over. Your rant would have equal substance.As to a flat tax vs a progressive tax.....
Do we have more thoughtless, selfish people here than caring people ?