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Old 10-23-2012, 09:03 AM   #96
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I actually agree this income inequality is a problem but....

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Originally Posted by Direckshun View Post
Somebody cut these guys' taxes!

Seriously though -- income inequality is one of the greatest threats to this country.
...if you were serious about fixing this gap, you'd renounce our use of Keynesian economics.
It favors the rich as it keeps their asset values up. Meanwhile as prices rise it hurts the poor and middle class. The socialist solution locks in the plutocrats positions, along with their intellectual servants, the nomenklatura and keeps this gap permanent. You want fluidity so people can improve their own situations without govt simply redistributing.

Your diagnoses is correct. Your solution is wrong.
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