Well, if your beliefs are delusional, sure!Not complicated at all.
So you think that government should not influence anyone on anything?How about them? Is there some reason someone in the desert needs a subsidy to buy a gadget that reduces his water bill? Isn't he already getting a savings by buying it himself?
The notion that taxation = theft is a sign of serious mental issues. Inflation = theft. Get it right.We have the government stealing money from some taxpayers to give other people a present to appease racketeers that have succeeded in seizing control of a major formerly free industry.
Hardly. Arguing in the context of a free market ignores what a free market looks like.Yawn.
And quite irrelevant.
That depends. Do they view taxation as theft?If anyone can figure out it's supposed relationship to Government Motors demanding taxes be stolen to finance sales of is junky car.
I wasn't aware that businesses were citizens. Can you point that out to me?When you finally read it for the first time, you'll notice distinct lack of anything giving the government the authority to discriminate among citizens.
But in the process, they have indeed picked a winner. By the notion of BIDS alone they have done what you claim they should not have done. In the same fashion as picking the most suitable project for its needs, government issuing tax credits for products that are more suitable for its needs, such as reducing consumer water use has done the same thing. Your argument's problem is that it refuses to apply a single set of standards. If it's civilian it's wrong, but if it's military then it's okay. Despite the SAME principles at work.No. The government picks companies that have presented bids that have satisfied the RFP in better ways than the competitors, for the most part.
I'll give you that one.Unless you're Northrop-Grumman and you've won the new refueling tanker bid three times, and Boeing's pals in government keep getting it re-opened because they're sore losers.