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solid proof of the economic problems caused by redistributive taxation

it cannot be disputed.

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pretty interesting article.

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Seems to me the richer people are the less they want to pay taxes. And why should they pay, that's what poor people are for.


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WOW YOU COMPLETELY GOT THE POINT OF THAT ARTICLE.

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perennialsorrow wrote:
WOW YOU COMPLETELY GOT THE POINT OF THAT ARTICLE.


Haha you are too easy. I say bite, you say how hard :p


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"Mr. Hauser uncovered the means to answer these questions definitively."
How convincing. As if there was any objective truth in economy and social sciences in general, apart from the only objective truth that there is no objective truth.
First off, the americans should stop being naive and start shooting all the neo-cons and similiar dickheads, from Bush to Ron Paul and start considering learning from their fucked-up experience than endlessly building up new simple solutions to unanswerable questions.

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They should shoot Rumsfeld first. Make up some propaganda then start believing it themselves or haven't they done that already........see the cold war, Iraq and current 'war on terror' :p


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Rumsfeld actually has got some memorable quotes... so thus I'd suggest nailing him to a tree by his guts and then forcing him to keep running around it...

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Haha good idea sir :D


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ron paul is the antithesis of a neocon. he is the only republican trying to get the message to apathetic american constitutionalists and libertarians (formerly known as conservatives, or paleoconservatives) that the republican party has been taken over by far left neocons (who would be known by the tag "blue-dog democrats" if they embraced the title of their former party) who are pro-war, for policing the world, and believe that the federal government knows better than the citizens of the united states, and should make moral decisions for the common man. for instance, push an anti-drug agenda and ruining lives rather than allowing people to make their own choice. neocons do not believe in the constitution, and if you had done proper research on american politics, you would know that ron paul does. the federal government is not capable of creating solutions, only problems. the sooner people realize that a free market and free minds work better than socialist policies and moral crusades, the better.

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*inhale*

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the republicrats are ruining the country i love. they are ignoring the constitution that ensures my freedom, and they are actively working to con the american people into giving away all of their freedoms, inch by inch.

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perennialsorrow wrote:
ron paul is the antithesis of a neocon. he is the only republican trying to get the message to apathetic american constitutionalists and libertarians (formerly known as conservatives, or paleoconservatives) that the republican party has been taken over by far left neocons (who would be known by the tag "blue-dog democrats" if they embraced the title of their former party) who are pro-war, for policing the world, and believe that the federal government knows better than the citizens of the united states, and should make moral decisions for the common man. for instance, push an anti-drug agenda and ruining lives rather than allowing people to make their own choice. neocons do not believe in the constitution, and if you had done proper research on american politics, you would know that ron paul does. the federal government is not capable of creating solutions, only problems. the sooner people realize that a free market and free minds work better than socialist policies and moral crusades, the better.

Well, if that's your definition of a neocon, I can only say I disagree and if you really insisted on it, I could discuss that. And I simply don't see any reason why Mr. Paul should be exceptional as a leader.

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i just look at his congressional voting record. it shows clearly that he is the only one of those weasel politicians looking out for liberty and the american people. neocons like to police the world, force their morals down the american people's throats, and raise taxes like there is no tomorrow (all whilst lying about what they are doing). voting records tell no lies.

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Yes, I agree with that, but I think he's moralizing as well, just using more moderate methods.

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He's not as bad as some (it seems) but he's still moralizing, he calls himself "an unshakable foe of abortion", yet another pro-lifer that believes life begins at conception, a moral decision he wants to take for all women. Maybe he's the lesser evil I'll give him that. He's also against gun control, what is it with americans and guns? "oh but we need guns because it says so in our constitution". I mean UK law states that 'In the city of York, it is legal to murder a Scotsman within the ancient city walls, but only if he is carrying a bow and arrow' but I see no-one campaigning for the right to do so. Our law also states 'In England, all men over the age of 14 must carry out two hours of longbow practice a day' but no-one is claiming the right to bear longbows.


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ron paul thinks that the federal government should have no say in whether or not women are allowed to get abortions (he thinks it should be left up to the states). it should be left up to the states, that way, people can choose which abortion laws they wish to abide by. want an abortion? make the drive to the nearest state where it is legal. it is silly to think that a central, large government can make laws to control such a large country and 300 million people. also, i will hold tight to my guns until the day i die. what is it with us americans and guns? we like to defend ourselves! if a man wants to commit murder or robbery using a weapon, illegality of weapons will not stop him from doing so (just like how the illegality of drugs does not stop anyone from taking them). making guns illegal only disarms law abiding citizens who want to protect themselves. it also gives all the profit from guns to the black market and a handful of very bad people. ideally, there would be no guns and we would all live in non-violence, but there are guns, and bad people who will use them for bad things. guns can be used for great evil, but they are also useful tools of defense and hunting. the fact that guns exist is the only thing that makes it imperative that everyone own one, because the best way to protect yourself from the evils of the world is to match (or exceed) their force when the time comes.

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we love our guns in this country not so much for constitutional reasons as logical ones. logic and reason lead one to believe that there are bad people out there with guns, and the only way to truly be safe is to own one yourself, and know how to use it. the constitution was, however, a very logical document, and the greatest written agreement between man and government ever put down on paper.

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if you want i am totally down to turn this into a discussion about guns.

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perennialsorrow wrote:
the constitution was, however, a very logical document, and the greatest written agreement between man and government ever put down on paper.


I think it's worth noting that the Constitution is not itself simply law, but a code by which all laws are written and measured against.

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if you want i am totally down to turn this into a discussion about guns.


Well as this topic in particular is technically supposed to be about women in politics, I don't see the harm in starting a new topic about guns. Personally I don't see a discussion there lasting long considering the constituancy--here in the states there are plenty of people on either side of the table for the issue to be debatable but Europe in general seems to be traditionally anti-gun.

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