Thursday, October 13, 2016

Libertarianism not the answer

Maybe I'm wrong, but the Libertarians probably don't favor stricter regulations upon corporations.

If you check out the US Constitution, which the Libertarians claim to follow, you'll see that there was an initial prohibition upon taxing individuals.  There was no "capitation tax" or head tax, which meant that there had to be an amendment so that there could be an income tax.

However, a corporate tax would not be a capitation tax because it would be on corporations, which are not individuals.  To tax corporations and not individuals would be in the spirit of the original constitution. 

I'd be willing to bet that the Libertarians would be against raising taxes on corporations and regulating them more strictly.

The answer to our troubles is to return to original intent of the framers of the Constitution.  We are off in the weeds, folks. Note how the media is talking about irrelevant stuff, and not substantive stuff.  The media is controlled by corporations.  We are being propagandized by a group of people who do not have our best interests at heart.  They can be owned by foreign nationals, you know

Nobody will ever consider this, though.  It would be a triumph against us if we were to allow it.  Looks like it is succeeding.  If corporations were treated the way they should be, this would not be happening.

Libertarianism is a hoax.

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