Why is taxation, and redistribution of that taxed money, always a net economic loss?
Sally has me blocked. She obviously is wrong extra credit for anyone who can tell her why.
- RickLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Because the government ALWAYS keeps some ................
- Dale-ELv 71 month ago
A rabbit for example, or a chicken and especially a cow are a lot more powerful than the protein they might be reduced to for food.
Democrat Taxation is a business of riding the great gravy train with fine biscuit wheels. When big government gets to justifying their existence, They can't resist tasting the wheels for themselves, along with that inexhaustible gravy supply. Soon those trains pull away and find other lands that allow steel wheels. In the 1920s through part of the 1940s Venezuela was America's equal economically and socially.
- SallyLv 71 month ago
You do know there are different economic theories, right? The one pushed most often by the right is trickle-down economics, which takes from the middle class to give to the rich. Trickle-down economics has never worked and will never work. Even daddy Bush called it “voodoo economics.”
Democrats, on the other hand, generally believe in buttressing the middle class because that is the engine that drives our society. The rich do not always put their money back into the market--they often stash it in off-shore or Swiss bank accounts. The middle class, on the other hand, always spends their money, which pumps up the economy.
Both parties redistribute wealth. The Repubs take from the middle class and give to the wealthy (as Bush did for eight years, with the results we saw in 2008) and the Dems take from the very wealthy and give to the middle class. I guess you have to decide which one of those theories benefits you.
- PrincessLv 41 month ago
taxation and redistribution of that taxed money is always a net economic loss?
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- atheistLv 61 month ago
Scientifically any transfer of energy or resources has a net loss.