You are trying to sound ridiculous but you may be shocked to learn 90% tax rates on the rich are not at all unprecedented and did not cause massive depressions. I am not even suggesting such a tax level, but i am saying that regressive taxes and subsides and corporate welfare and allowing the rich to pay lower tax rates then the rest of us does not improve the economy, otherwise we would already be on fire compared to the 20th century which had may boom periods at much higher rich tax rates.mtlboy wrote: ↑Mar 19th, 2017 9:10 pmI totally agree. Rich people should be taxed at 98%, and be left with 2% of their wages. That is more than enough for them to support their families, after all, they aren't really humans they are just sources of money for the poor. We should also clone them, so we could have more of them to support lower income earners. Doctors, and people who have gone to school for many years, should definitely be penalized for earning more money. We should offer no incentive to specialized jobs, maybe just scrap them, I mean, who really needs lawyers and all those rich people anyways (once of course we have them cloned). I don't mean to make fun of you, but you bring it upon yourself. Stop following Bernie Sanders on facebook, he's obviously inhibiting your thought process.
You may be shocked to learn this but jobs are created to sell products and services. If customers can't afford goods and services then no jobs will be created to fill that nonexistent demand, corporations are mandated to produce profits, not redundant jobs that suck away their money for no return