The End of Employees

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    That's why plan is great! It allows "low margin" business to keep their employees.
     
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    Your fucking plan would put the unemployment rate at 60% ..


    Once again moron over 80%of the bussiness in America is small mom and pops..


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    My plan puts more money in the pocket of employees and business and allows the "small mom and pops" to thrive.
     
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    I didn't say anyone couldn't do anything. But if it is more cost effective to contract it out, there will still be employees in the distribution center.
     
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    Which way did he go George..........derp.
     
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    They can, but if someone else can do it for a good price, why not just use them? Walmart can focus on selling cheap goods at low prices and another company can focus on providing distribution services to many companies at once. It's a win/win for everyone.
     
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    No it doesn't if you want to base taxes on revenues and not profits
     
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    ...and that, my friends, is how you turn the USA into Venezuela in under a decade
     
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    "-Base Federal tax for corporations at 30% of revenue."

    What better way to demonstrate the complete fundamental economic ignorance of Progressives.

    30% of REVENUE. REVENUE Do you realize that there are virtually no legal businesses that have that kind of a profit margin? That alone would drive every American business to bankruptcy, fire all of their employees and relocate overseas.

    Our GDP would plummet to that of SubSaharah Africa in under a year
     
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    This might help you. Revenue and profits are not the same thing. Get back to me after you read this

    What is the difference between revenue and profit?
     
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