imagine a stable economy

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point is

the economy of the wrld is made to grow

and its impossible for the economy to grow

earth isn t infinite

so the infinitly growing economy will hit the wall of a limited sized earth

and then

the real economy will colaps

and the irreal economy, the banks bankers will collaps too

finding the limits off reality
 

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point is

the economy of the wrld is made to grow

and its impossible for the economy to grow

earth isn t infinite

so the infinitly growing economy will hit the wall of a limited sized earth

and then

the real economy will colaps

and the irreal economy, the banks bankers will collaps too

finding the limits off reality
and its impossible for the economy to grow

And yet, it grows.

so the infinitly growing economy will hit the wall of a limited sized earth

Finite Earth times human creativity = still have room to grow.
 
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i was remembering reality

a baby crawling across my legs gurgling and smiling all the time.. babys
 

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point is

the economy of the wrld is made to grow

and its impossible for the economy to grow

earth isn t infinite

so the infinitly growing economy will hit the wall of a limited sized earth

and then

the real economy will colaps

and the irreal economy, the banks bankers will collaps too

finding the limits off reality
idiotic and liberal since we now have more oil, suv's cars, and people by far than ever before!!
 

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The way to accomplish it, from the bottom up.


-Base Federal tax for corporations at 30% of revenue.

-Raise minimum wage to $23.50/hr. Based on where minimum wage should be using 1970-2013 rise in food, shelter, and transportation.

-Eliminate all business subsidies (deductions/write-offs/write-downs) except for employee expenses which are deducted dollar-for-dollar on all city, state, and Federal taxes and fees with the Feds refunding city, State, and fees.

-Companies with 400 employees or less, employee expenses above the deduction are subsidized at 100% with funds usually give back to the States.

-Adjust Social Security and private/public retirement and pension payments using 1970-2015 price structure.

-Remove the FICA limit.

-Back down ALL costs, prices, fees, to January 1, 2009 levels and hold them for 10 years which will eliminate inflation.

-Recall ALL off-shore investments tax free, and disallow any further off-shore investments.

-Make inversion illegal.
 

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Heard an interesting new term today - one that suggests what is most likely to bring down not only America's but also the world's economy:

bi-flation

It has nothing to do with sex or gender.

This is a challenge to anyone seriously interested in economics to look into it and laugh or look worried. Nope. No link. Anyone seriously interested in what may be coming should be serious enough to do about two minutes worth of research and five minutes reading.
 

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The way to accomplish it, from the bottom up.


-Base Federal tax for corporations at 30% of revenue.

-Raise minimum wage to $23.50/hr. Based on where minimum wage should be using 1970-2013 rise in food, shelter, and transportation.

-Eliminate all business subsidies (deductions/write-offs/write-downs) except for employee expenses which are deducted dollar-for-dollar on all city, state, and Federal taxes and fees with the Feds refunding city, State, and fees.

-Companies with 400 employees or less, employee expenses above the deduction are subsidized at 100% with funds usually give back to the States.

-Adjust Social Security and private/public retirement and pension payments using 1970-2015 price structure.

-Remove the FICA limit.

-Back down ALL costs, prices, fees, to January 1, 2009 levels and hold them for 10 years which will eliminate inflation.

-Recall ALL off-shore investments tax free, and disallow any further off-shore investments.

-Make inversion illegal.
The economic plan of a guy who can't define, or calculate effective tax rates.
Ignores reality and the Constitution.
And has a really bad idea of inflation data.
 

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Heard an interesting new term today - one that suggests what is most likely to bring down not only America's but also the world's economy:

bi-flation

It has nothing to do with sex or gender.

This is a challenge to anyone seriously interested in economics to look into it and laugh or look worried. Nope. No link. Anyone seriously interested in what may be coming should be serious enough to do about two minutes worth of research and five minutes reading.
We've had that for a while.
Anything the government is heavily involved in constantly increases in price.
When they stay out of an area, the prices fall.
 

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point is

the economy of the wrld is made to grow

and its impossible for the economy to grow

earth isn t infinite

so the infinitly growing economy will hit the wall of a limited sized earth

and then

the real economy will colaps

and the irreal economy, the banks bankers will collaps too

finding the limits off reality
Just because japan has been in the pits for decades does not mean the rest of the world is....
 

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Heard an interesting new term today - one that suggests what is most likely to bring down not only America's but also the world's economy:

bi-flation

It has nothing to do with sex or gender.

This is a challenge to anyone seriously interested in economics to look into it and laugh or look worried. Nope. No link. Anyone seriously interested in what may be coming should be serious enough to do about two minutes worth of research and five minutes reading.
It's one of many unproven theories.
 

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The economic plan of a guy who can't define, or calculate effective tax rates.
Ignores reality and the Constitution.
And has a really bad idea of inflation data.
Big words from the guy who can't tell us why the calculations for effective rate are different for an individual and a corporation.

The constitution is 200+ years old. It needs to be updated. The world is a much different place.

How can you have inflation if there is no increase in costs of products or services?
 

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We've had that for a while.
Anything the government is heavily involved in constantly increases in price.
When they stay out of an area, the prices fall.
So give us an example where prices have fallen after the government stepped away.
 

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The economic plan of a guy who can't define, or calculate effective tax rates.
Ignores reality and the Constitution.
And has a really bad idea of inflation data.
Big words from the guy who can't tell us why the calculations for effective rate are different for an individual and a corporation.

The constitution is 200+ years old. It needs to be updated. The world is a much different place.

How can you have inflation if there is no increase in costs of products or services?
DEFINITION of 'Effective Tax Rate'
The average rate at which an individual or corporation is taxed. The effective tax rate for individuals is the average rate at which their earned income is taxed. The effective tax rate for a corporation is the average rate at which its pre-tax profits are taxed. An individual's effective tax rate is calculated by dividing total tax expense by taxable income. For corporations, the effective tax rate is computed by dividing total tax expenses by the firm's earnings before taxes. The effective tax rate is the net rate a taxpayer pays if all forms of taxes are included and divided by taxable income.
INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Effective Tax Rate'
The effective tax rate is often a more accurate representation of a taxpayer's tax liability than its marginal tax rate. Two companies that are in the same marginal tax bracket, for example, may end up with different effective tax rates depending on their earnings. This occurs particularly with a progressive, or tiered, tax system, where different levels of income are taxed at different rates. For example, the first $100,000 of income may be taxed at 10%, and income between $100,001 and $500,000 might be taxed at a rate of 15%. The corporation's income is taxed at the various levels, and to determine the effective (or average) tax rate, the total tax is divided by the total taxable income.

-Raise minimum wage to $23.50/hr. Based on where minimum wage should be using 1970-2013 rise in food, shelter, and transportation.
More bad math on your part.
 

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DEFINITION of 'Effective Tax Rate'
The average rate at which an individual or corporation is taxed. The effective tax rate for individuals is the average rate at which their earned income is taxed. The effective tax rate for a corporation is the average rate at which its pre-tax profits are taxed. An individual's effective tax rate is calculated by dividing total tax expense by taxable income. For corporations, the effective tax rate is computed by dividing total tax expenses by the firm's earnings before taxes. The effective tax rate is the net rate a taxpayer pays if all forms of taxes are included and divided by taxable income.
INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Effective Tax Rate'
The effective tax rate is often a more accurate representation of a taxpayer's tax liability than its marginal tax rate. Two companies that are in the same marginal tax bracket, for example, may end up with different effective tax rates depending on their earnings. This occurs particularly with a progressive, or tiered, tax system, where different levels of income are taxed at different rates. For example, the first $100,000 of income may be taxed at 10%, and income between $100,001 and $500,000 might be taxed at a rate of 15%. The corporation's income is taxed at the various levels, and to determine the effective (or average) tax rate, the total tax is divided by the total taxable income.
Again. Why is it computed differently?

-Raise minimum wage to $23.50/hr. Based on where minimum wage should be using 1970-2013 rise in food, shelter, and transportation.
More bad math on your part.
Isn't the Big Mac 1200% higher today? Don't people eat a big Mac?
 

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DEFINITION of 'Effective Tax Rate'
The average rate at which an individual or corporation is taxed. The effective tax rate for individuals is the average rate at which their earned income is taxed. The effective tax rate for a corporation is the average rate at which its pre-tax profits are taxed. An individual's effective tax rate is calculated by dividing total tax expense by taxable income. For corporations, the effective tax rate is computed by dividing total tax expenses by the firm's earnings before taxes. The effective tax rate is the net rate a taxpayer pays if all forms of taxes are included and divided by taxable income.
INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Effective Tax Rate'
The effective tax rate is often a more accurate representation of a taxpayer's tax liability than its marginal tax rate. Two companies that are in the same marginal tax bracket, for example, may end up with different effective tax rates depending on their earnings. This occurs particularly with a progressive, or tiered, tax system, where different levels of income are taxed at different rates. For example, the first $100,000 of income may be taxed at 10%, and income between $100,001 and $500,000 might be taxed at a rate of 15%. The corporation's income is taxed at the various levels, and to determine the effective (or average) tax rate, the total tax is divided by the total taxable income.
Again. Why is it computed differently?

-Raise minimum wage to $23.50/hr. Based on where minimum wage should be using 1970-2013 rise in food, shelter, and transportation.
More bad math on your part.
Isn't the Big Mac 1200% higher today? Don't people eat a big Mac?
I didn't realize your entire calculation was based on one data point.

Thanks for another example of your idiocy.
 

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