LOL, you are bitter. I also think you should calm down a bit and think before going on so many different tangents.lecale wrote: ↑ You are trying to tell me that it is not "fair" that the 0.1% foots the bill just because they can. We must put the burden on those who can't.
How asinine is that logic?
This guy can do the job, we won't leverage him, we will get someone who can't do the job (who will fail, things will get worse, but at least the 0.1% will make out ok).
You have a pretty screwy vision of "fair," buddy.
Where in my post did I say to put the COVID "burden on those who can't"? I challenge you to find this in my post.
I simply asked why is it fair that the 0.1% foots the bill. Fair is relative. What's "fair" to you, may not be fair to someone/everyone else
Fair to me would mean, JT foots the entire CERB bill. Or that the people who took CERB pay for it over the long run so myself/my family/my kids don't have to pay it.
That doesn't mean other people would find that fair.
Also, it's normal for people who disagree. Just because some people don't agree with your idealogy, or does not agree with 5% of your idealogy, it doesn't mean they're "against" you. You would sound more convincing if you removed your bitterness and attacking everyone who doesn't agree 100% with your posts.