Don't be silly.

On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 8:49 PM, Stephen P. King <stephe...@charter.net> wrote:
> On 9/4/2012 4:23 PM, Richard Ruquist wrote:
>>
>> What struck me is that the "the USERS of wealth in directing the life
>> of the country."
>> seem to be exporting jobs overseas and hiding their money there as well.
>> Richard
>
>
>     OK, let us confiscate all capital and distribute it evenly to every one.
> Then what?
>
>>
>> On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 4:12 PM, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> First to Bruno's response to
>>>
>>> (R):3) It's also probably why taxing the rich ultimately  doesn''t work,
>>> it
>>> lowers every body's income to fit the curve.  A nd why trickle down
>>> doesn't
>>> work.
>>>
>>> "I do agree with this. The leftist idea of distributing richness cannot
>>> work
>>> for many reasons. But richness must be based on facts, and not on
>>> propaganda. Today we are living a perversion of capitalism, because too
>>> much
>>> investment are money stealing in disguise. The whole oil, and military
>>> industries, jail systems, and pharmaceutical industries are build on
>>> sands.
>>> It will crumbled down, and the sooner the better. But it will take time
>>> as
>>> the most of the middle class and banks are hostage (not always knowingly)
>>> of
>>> professional liars."
>>>
>>> It is a 'trap' to falsify the adequate taxing of the 'rich' as a leftist
>>> attempt to distributing richness. It does not include more than a
>>> requirement for THEM to pay their FAIR share - maybe more than the
>>> not-so-rich layers (e.g. higher use of transportation, foreign
>>> connections,
>>> financial means, etc. - all costing money to the country) in spite of
>>> their
>>> lower share in the present unjust taxation-scheme.
>>>
>>> The rest of your reply is appreciable, however the 'crumbling' down may
>>> only
>>> follow a total disaster for the not-so-rich people.
>>>
>>> The said 'taxing' is not a 'trickle down' trick, it is providing the
>>> (missing) means to society to stay healthy and sane.
>>> (JM)
>>>
>>> Now to Brent's addendum:
>>>
>>> I agree - although Brent, too, has fallen into the trap of a
>>> misidentified
>>> problem-view: the equalization of wealth, a 200 year obsolete idea that
>>> cannot work for several reasons. Socialism (not to even mentioning
>>> communism) are never realized (realizable?) dreams of idealists (calling
>>> themselves "materialists").
>>>
>>> Then again I would not identify 'the rich' as
>>> "...people who live comfortably solely on their investments..."
>>> which may not be objectionable (ppensioners, etc.) but the USERS of
>>> wealth
>>> in directing the life of the country. Though they may do so, they should
>>> contribute from their share of fortune to the expenses.
>>> And PLEASE, Brent, do not even utter in econo-political discussion the
>>> word
>>> "FAIRNESS"!
>>>
>>> John M
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
> --
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>
> Stephen
>
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