Sharing Taxes with Grants
Spoils of Wealth
The Very Rich Need There Hard Earned Money.
The "I am an Island" Principle
This is the mind set, "that what is mine, is mine and what is yours, is yours." I am successful and in a high tax bracket already. That is how I afford to create jobs like a professional team tax lawyers who max out every loop hole in legalize so I don't have to pay all my taxes. I didn't get very rich by sharing my wealth. Look here is a freebie for all you that make a less than adequate wage ($250,000). The wealth equation is easy: create a perceived value to a product + pay others less than they are worth to build, distribute, and sell that product = the god given right of every American. The lib's can give their riches away through charity. BUT, please do it quietly you are exposing the petty, unpatriotic, and anti-Christ like our greed is. By paying more into the broken system I could be reduced to laying off one of my many lawyers to compensate the loss.
Food, Banking, and the New World Order
Has there ever been turmoil in history in which the very rich becoming victims to the very hungry poor? Is all history repetitive, like Justin Bieber's hair recycling the mop top? Is the next coming of the mullet a sign of the next great class war? Desperate people are learning that thieving is no longer profitable in their own neighborhoods. Home invasions are the hottest growing jobs in this current economy. It is an entry level position that newbies can be trained with in minutes. Supplies are easy to find or cheap to buy. Of course, I say entry level because (like Mexico) soon gangs will learn the very rich will pay huge cash for the life of a loved one. It's simple ROI analysis. Take the risk for a quick score may be adding up to a couple thousand in cash and loot; or take a little time and a rich child to earn tens of thousands may be more. The ROI would even be greater to just take down the entire home, accounts, and businesses of just one of the very rich.
This Will Happen Again Soon
Humans by nature are survivalist. Even with the daily onslaught of fear based news media, oppressed groups will rise and take back a quality of life promised to every American. Will it be from the Constitution touting militias? Will it be gangs getting an education in prison? Or, will it be the masses starved of freedom, civil rights, healthy food supplies, clean healthy environment, foreign oil, and a safe uncorrupted political system with out lobbyist.
How to Fix Taxes
So, how do we fix the exponentially deepening of this hole we are in? Do we let temporary tax breaks for the very rich designed to create jobs lapse...YES, they didn't create any jobs and anything less than following through on that promise is just wining like a bitchy toddler's tantrum, "gimme, gimme, MINE, MINE, MINE, I hate you all!!!"
This is only a band-aid on a broken leg
There are two very real well researched fixes to our tax system. They both have valid and practical solutions.
Properties of The Flat Tax
A Single Flat Rate. All flat tax has a single low rate, usually >20%. Flat rate solves the problem of high marginal tax rates by reducing penalties against productive behavior, such as work, risk taking, and entrepreneurship.
Elimination of Special Preferences. No more provisions of the tax code giving preferential tax treatment on certain behaviors and activities. Gone would be: deductions, credits, exemptions, and other loopholes. Imagine the tax code becoming simple that all taxpayers could file their tax returns on a postcard-sized form.
No Double Taxation of Saving and Investment. Flat tax would eliminate controversial repetitive taxation. By ending the double taxation of income that is saved and invested means no death tax, no capital gains tax, no double taxation of saving, and no double tax on dividends. By taxing income only one time, a flat tax is easier to enforce and more conducive to job creation and capital formation.
Territorial Taxation. Flat tax includes the commonsense notion of "territorial taxation," meaning that governments should tax only income that is earned inside national borders. With no "worldwide taxation," a flat tax enables U.S. taxpayers and companies to compete on a level playing field around the world.
Properties of The FairTax:
- Enables workers to keep their entire paychecks
- Enables retirees to keep their entire pensions
- Refunds in advance the tax on purchases of basic necessities
- Allows American products to compete fairly
- Brings transparency and accountability to tax policy
- Ensures Social Security and Medicare funding
- Closes all loopholes and brings fairness to taxation
- Abolishes the IRS
This is my personal favorite. Real equality across the board for everyone single, married, non-profit, or big corp. All businessmen know that your stock will quickly rise if you can cut cost through lay offs. Laying off the IRS would save us about $30,000,000 per day! It would cut all other taxes: property, estate, capital gains, etc. "No worries mate", no more annual tax code roulette that makes 99% of us feel like craps. No tax return to file or risk of every individual being the target of an audit. Every dollar is only taxed at the point of sale(even if you are not a citizen). While no libertarian would admit this, this is the one and only voluntary way of getting a national ID card passed. This ID card would pay it forward for basic living essentials like food and shelter. By filing your card you would be prepaid an expected monthly tax expense on your families basic needs. Tie this voluntary system to national security and we could have a get through the airport fast pass.
The one very real need we all have is to stop allowing the lobbies and special interest to gain so much control over our government. I have no fear in admitting that I am not perfect. I am just an average hard working family man. My education beyond high school is comprised merely of courses I found interesting here and there. That and, I do try to balance watching funny YouTube vids with the millions of learning opportunities here on the web.
Talk'n 'bout Taxes
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