Cain Exempts Used Goods From Tax--Hates New Production, Loves Hand-Me-Downs(?!

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So Herman Cain's "Nein! Nein! Nein!" Republican Plan is actually in-keeping with their faith, which is centered in one or another of the Baptists cults. Likely Catholics know about that problem.

First on ABC Sunday Morning, Than on CNN Sunday Morning: Cain proposes a "Hand-Me-Down" USA! New produced things all get taxed. Used Things don't get taxed. Food gets taxed! Probably Squirrel Vomit does not get taxed. That gets shipped off to East Africa, to relieve the austerity of Laissez-Faire.

Herman Cain: Tax Poor People’s Food To Finance Massive Tax Break For The Rich | ThinkProgress

Socialist civilization is different. Firstly, there is accounting. When a tiny few own virtually everything, and with great rewards accumulating--Then even the hoarding of all the cash is not social justice. Accounting has to happen to make a Socialist Civilization work.

Secondly, when there is widespread hoarding, then following accounting: The civilization taxes the hoard, and drives it into the market-place. Obama-Biden Schedule M did that. It was a more or less equal amount for lower incomes, and refundable even no tax liability was the outcome of the filings. More than a refund was sent back.

So whereas the Obama-Biden economic agenda is consistent with an expanding marketplace, in contrast Cain even places a disincentive, even to new products in the marketplace!

Cain wants people to live like he was raised(?)! He won't call that an outcome of racism, even!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Many continue search for viable, non-Negro Dialect: At GOP debates!)
 
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I heard that. So the auto industry gets hammered, while used car prices go up.

Tax free used food though, hmmm...
 

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The right just doesnt understand the real problems we face.

They see the world through the eyes of CEOs instead of the average joe.
 

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The right just doesnt understand the real problems we face.

They see the world through the eyes of CEOs instead of the average joe.
They think a CEO mentality is somehow conducive to jobs, when in fact most CEO's have as a primary function to try to find ways to make as much profit as possible with as few employess as possible and at the lowest wages possible.
 

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From your link (edited for economy of space):
A flat 9 percent tax would therefore have yielded about $665 billion in income tax revenue.
A flat 9 percent would have yielded $112 billion in revenue.
A 9 percent tax in 2007 would have generated about $500 billion.
So the US gov't would have to "survive" on "only" 1.277 Trillion dollars! :eek:
OMG then they wouldn't be able to afford all these great wars! :eek:
OMG then they wouldn't be able to afford all those gov't boondoggle programs! :eek:

But, the American people would be able to afford whatever they wanted!

Hmmm.
 
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The famous S&P downgrade of the U. S. Government Bonds directly faulted the lack of GOP responsibility in the matter of bills already incurred. These are no-sayers to all but the 64 Fanatics that now comprise the only House Districts with any say in government.

On the one hand, anyone can note the difficulty in the Party of Abraham Lincoln: Finding a viable non-negro dialect, alternative to Obama-Biden. Mostly, however, there is a fundamental difference in self-serving GOP vesus progressive and Socialist, advanced civilization.

Saying no to further spending, and creating tax policy that constricts the market: Is what old-style GOP is about. There is a small, generally all-white market of spenders and hoarders. Everyone else is second class. . . .or as "Nein! Nein! Nein!" might put it: Jewish class--Wholesale not even!

Socialist civilization even allows Asians into the market place. In fact, Hollywood famously is noticing first: That it makes better sense to open new media creations anywhere but the United States--which has had to constrict spending. That is due to the Republicans of "Nein! "Nein! Nein1" of only two or three years ago.

Austerity is not the road to prosperity! So back into Neandethal; GOP now proposes, that everyone must go. East Africa of Laissez-Faire is actually construed a viable alternative, or at best maybe Haiti.

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Many Lakota. . .Soon to be showcased, again on national TV(?)! Many know USA "Taste Buds" when they see them(?)! (TV Westerns--The Final Extermination(?)!) )
 
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