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Posted 21 days ago

RaisedInACult wrote:

You sir are correct

The Progressives tried to steal the word back in the 20s or thereabouts, when Progressive was getting to be known as a dirty word.

Now that liberal's getting to be a dirty word, back out with Progressive since most people forgot what either of them meant.

Its inconvenient when the core of what you're trying to represent is rotten and repressive in nature, and you keep having to change what its called after you've been run out of town.


under Trump, capitalism gonna become the new dirty word real quick but on the bright side this election will actually be a boon to other countries (especially in the EU) who have their own reactionary parties
Posted 21 days ago

An4rK wrote:

under Trump, capitalism gonna become the new dirty word real quick but on the bright side this election will actually be a boon to other countries (especially in the EU) who have their own reactionary parties


In order to have capitalism, first and foremost, this requires Integrity Of Capital. We have no such thing.

Nobody's really asserted a cogent reason for the Wall St Craps Wheel to have such an inordinate impact on Main St USA.

If he wants to piss people off he should change the taxes to what they lawfully can be - Payroll Income is an unapportioned tax and is unconstitutional - but capital gains - THIS is PRECISELY the sort of income that the verbiage of the "income tax" truly goes after.

Just another way in which the whole thing has been turned upside down on its head. The income you pay federal tax on doesnt actually meet the standards of taxable, but this is why the employer payroll method was employed, to pull it out automatically and nobody questions it.
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Posted 21 days ago

RaisedInACult wrote:
If he wants to piss people off he should change the taxes to what they lawfully can be - Payroll Income is an unapportioned tax and is unconstitutional - but capital gains - THIS is PRECISELY the sort of income that the verbiage of the "income tax" truly goes after.
cept the elites will never allow this (they want the poor & middle class to pay more, and themselves less)

Posted 21 days ago
globalists want to crush the middle, upper lower, and lower upper class. neofeudalism at its finest.
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