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as usual, a negative spin on the question. Nothing indicated that the revenue earned in this tax would not be used to support the "general welfare" of the nation. Besides, $100 would appear to be miniscule compared to the $millions from corporations
A hundred bucks is the difference between being able to keep a roof over your head and not. A corporation on the other hand does not feel the impact of a few million nearly as much
again, you attempt to confuse emotional thinking as total economic stature for everyone. if you think a guy making $10,000 & struggling to pay cancer treatment cannot afford 1% then you fail fairness. When everyone pays, everyone gets support.
I have literally been in the position where I cannot afford the $100 for exactly that reason. As in 100 was what I needed to stay close enough to being on time with rent that we wouldn't be evicted. Yo have no idea how much money $100 dollars was.
Josak - you have no idea whether know of your stated poverty position. I spent many years in the poverty line. This was caused by the overtaxing government. But you still mix it wrong - fairness is everyone pays and everyone wins - that is fair.
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