its the easiest con in the game. The taxpayer sees his money go but has no idea where it "goes" no easier money to steal and con in the world then that
Through their incestuous relationships and interconnected webs of power any expansion of government is met with corruption, lawyers, unions, bureaucrats all getting their cut and sending money back to the democrat party to keep the web of corruption ponzi scheme going. The taxpayer has little knowledge that they are being used in a ponzi scheme
Hmmm, I'm still getting used to owning the power to bend fish to my will....so it hadn't yet occurred to me to enslave them all and force them to build dams ROTFLMAO. I'll ask the Yakima medicine man to ascertain the Great Spirit's position on fish slavery and hydromechanical power generation before proceeding. If dams turn out to be a deal-breaker I suppose I could yoke the salmon directly to a grist wheel. Or even better, to a fish elevator that lifts exhausted laborers directly into the back of a Mrs. Paul's Peterbilt reefer. Oooh, and sniggling....if my ayahuasca-induced mojo works on eels, a week this summer on the rivers of Maine could finance my 2016 campai......uh, F150 pickup truck ROTFLM PAC and 501s off.
Nice twisting of words that basically say nothing. Market inefficiencies? Well I guess you could claim something is inefficient if it reduces the net profits from a sale. But to assume you are going to have market efficiencies by reducing capital gains taxes means that "market efficiencies" are nothing more than redirecting more profits to the wealthy and totally ignores that in a society you have social responsibilities, which are by their nature "market inefficiencies". That is all you are saying. You are saying you don't like paying taxes and you like ignoring the needs of the rest of society. Geez, what a miser!
You are so soaked in your coded language you don't even know what you are saying.
Your division of capitalist and socialists is flawed too. To imagine that all capitalist have no social conscious or that all socialist have no concern for the improvement of society is absurd. People are not all black and white. Painting a picture of socialists as parasites is insulting. But you betray your own persona when you project socialists as individualist who are seeking a parasitic relationship to society. What you are really saying is that you believe capitalist must have a parasitic relationship on the poor and middle class. That is so wrong I am amazed your believe it.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The courts are considered able to sort out valid claims fro those which are not-so-valid. The courts and our government seem to believe that GM didn't care about people having very serious issues with their automobiles.
Lawyers do whatever they're paid to do...and dems do that and vice versa...but the dems and the unions in each others' pockets....how can there be any room whatsoever for a modicum of honesty!
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Identive Group (INVE) is selling slow-growth, non-core operations to focus on high-growth technologies.
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I don't understand how unions may be blamed for the ignition switch failures. The workers do what the bosses tell them to do, and if there is a mistake being made it comes from the design of the switch or the way it was installed. The switches passed quality control at the time of manufacture.
With all the recalls GM is facing and once again on the horns of unionized failure, now a gang of democrap lawyers have fashioned a suit to go after the gov, they want billions more, and once again, Obama will throw untold billions at the unions to bail them out.