Your money used to be yours. Quaint times of property rights seem as ancient as reading a newspaper. Hand over the hive’s share and be glad you’re allowed to retain anything. Put it in the pile so we can share what you selfishly claim to have earned. There’s nothing more American than taking what’s held by stubborn individuals to help us all through road paving and Social Security. The government’s the best part of this country, right?
What you do with your cash somehow became our concern. Could you open your blinds, please? It’s not a request. Groups of us who join forces to profit are by definition many times worse. How much money you got in there?
Rich corporations have plenty of bucks they sit upon, as there’s nothing that helps them more than selfishly hoarding currency. That’s according to people who aren’t in business themselves and know nothing about it along with loathing the idea of profiting but are totally certain how this rotten system operates.
Sure, the inner workings of any legitimate enterprise should be private by definition, and not a thought goes to how much value the most menial workers generate. On the other hand, I want what I’ve decided is a living wage. What do you mean, what do I do?
A preposterous mandatory starting salary is important if you’re not planning on earning a raise. Why would anyone bother? The idea that earning more means owing a higher percentage is super for motivation. There’s relief for anyone tired of tracking others. It’s not anyone’s damn business how much anyone else has made. Calculating how much belongs to the collective is a fun way to invade what’s your business. Has anyone noticed what happens to federal receipts? Even a cursory examination would force observers to condemn salaries for congressman.
Libertarian dreamers hope to unite Americans in all loathing the same small levy. The goal of a universal low rate that’s easy for those starting off to afford is too sensible to work. Rich people keeping their money aren’t going to spend or invest it, so we better confiscate. Cash certainly isn’t theirs to squander or keep as they wish.
Get back here in the crab bucket. How dare you seek sunlight? Very pleasant people who totally stick to their own concerns claim the wealthy owe us more as if success should provoke guilt. They use the same utilities as everyone else, which is why half their income should be incinerated. Reduced federal spending requires not buying useless junk, which is just too much to bear.
Liberals who claim their counterparts are teeming with guilt sure aren’t projecting or anything. The most diabolical profiteers amongst us dare indulge the urge to provide a need to those willing to pay for it Meanwhile, they attempt to make anyone who earns more than average feel like they’ve sinned. Calculate how much a studio apartment costs and two Taco Bell meals per day, and that’s all the income you need.
Prices going up is usually a good thing. No, you may not exactly like it. But it’s also no fun how beer and ice cream contain ample calories, and what else are you supposed to serve guests for dinner? I can’t believe it needs to be explained, but something more valuable is going to cost as much as you’d think. Attractive items feature a price tag that discourages hoarding. By contrast, removing the motive to shop for bargains as necessarily happens when the government gets our credit card is sure to spur frugality.
Washington going on a spree on our behalf offers the worst of both worlds: it costs more to get less. Other than that, we’re getting good value. It’s not quite shocking that those who think we get a swell deal out of taxes don’t grasp how a business works.
It’s too bad telling others what to do isn’t profitable. Self-appointed CEOs have made a habit out of scolding private employers for how much they voluntarily offer hires to perform unskilled work just like should happen in a free nation. Do what de facto socialists want and they promise to stop harassing people who spend their days working.
That’s just about enough of mutual exchange. Employers can’t offer assignments at a rate agreeable to those who accept. Shaming particular enterprises with the menacing threat of federal action will surely lead to growth. We don’t even need profitable bastards to fund entitlements, as that’s what debt is for. Who said getting rich was hard?