Symbolism: just the tip of the iceberg. Tax cuts for the rich, corporate loopholes.
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“Corporate Loopholes” presumes the notion that corporate money is the property of the State, a statist religion long ago proven unsustainable, let alone consistent with the maxims of individual liberty, and the absurdity of that idea that some men— the tyrants that are the State- are more equal than others—
Class Warfare at its finest ˜!
We peasants need to be kept in our place, no ?
I’m not sure that “corporate loophole” presumes that at all. What it means…is that business isn’t a level playing field. Imagine if we were playing a football game and I just happened to go to dinner with the ref on Wednesday nights…invite him to my house etc. And coincidentally – my team has a lot more favorable calls….and your team has really bad luck.
It’s all just a coincidence. Of course…when businesses aren’t playing on an equal playing field…capitalism doesn’t work. If you have a crony capitalism….you don’t have a real democracy. And that’s why “corporate loopholes” are such a big deal. That’s why GE gets a tax refund and some manufactures are paying 20%.
Separate and unequal.
Obama loves that.. yet any mention of taxes already makes the presumption, and when politicians are involved, all bets are off.
And “tax the rich” is such a worn out slogan of Class Warfare, one wonders why anyone who would insist it has a basis in a “fair” society, where our wealth, let alone our liberty, is subject to the whims of people like Obama & McCain.
Why would anyone want politicians to have MORE of our money?
Of course if we are not owned by the State, then such people have no justification for anything other than a broom stick up their ass.
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