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Why again do left wingers want to tax companies to force them to leave?

Theowl32

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Why is that good for the working middle class again?

I mean we know that the left tells you that it is about "taxing the rich."

We all get how they lie to you gullible idiots.

Why is it a bad thing to incentivize companies to build factories in Detroit? Do libs even know what liberal marxist policies have done to those cities?

Do they care?

The answers are obvious.
 

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Many of them seem to start with the assumption that business is evil and must punished and work backwards from there. They're blinded by their ideology.

They look at this topic from the perspective of static analysis rather than dynamic analysis, not understanding that negative incentives are just as powerful as positive incentives.

Some Democrats, such as JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein (people who actually know what it's like to run a business), understand that punitive treatment of business results in a net negative.
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Many of them seem to start with the assumption that business is evil and must punished and work backwards from there. They're blinded by their ideology.

They look at this topic from the perspective of static analysis rather than dynamic analysis, not understanding that negative incentives are just as powerful as positive incentives.

Some Democrats, such as JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein (people who actually know what it's like to run a business), understand that punitive treatment of business results in a net negative.
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Yet they're still democrooks?

Why?

 

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Many of them seem to start with the assumption that business is evil and must punished and work backwards from there. They're blinded by their ideology.

They look at this topic from the perspective of static analysis rather than dynamic analysis, not understanding that negative incentives are just as powerful as positive incentives.

Some Democrats, such as JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein (people who actually know what it's like to run a business), understand that punitive treatment of business results in a net negative.
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Yet they're still democrooks?

Why?
Well, there are plenty of other issues, and they may feel that the GOP goes too far on them.

I don't know what they think of Trump, though, he's kind of his own party.
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I'm sure the common street lib will continue screaming for more socialism when Trump cuts their effective income tax rate to ZeroPointZero.

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to zero.
 

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Well, there are plenty of other issues, and they may feel that the GOP goes too far on them.

I don't know what they think of Trump, though, he's kind of his own party.
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I think a lot of them are statists first. They want the people controlled, disarmed and clueless. What better place to be than in a place where you own the lawmakers who have as much authority as they do?

If the political whores didn't have as much authority, there wouldn't be as much corruption since there's less of that commodity to purchase. They would have to compete fairly without having access to authoritarians who can protect their business interests over those of emerging and more innovative companies.

 

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