Jobs Lost to India Aftermath 893
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Kamal R. Prasad would living to ridiculous. occur. we outcome Well, I've been doing nothing but finding...
Jobs Lost to India Aftermath 895
Kinda close. When govts participate in the currency market to inflate currency -it is like insider trading and it does catch up someday. Inflating a currency is like fooling the...
You've integrated so much of the thinking of the far right that you probably don't even realize it.
Well, we DO do a little of that--redistribution, in that we tax those making more at a higher rate. And then there's the earned income tax Credit Debt which is an outright giveaway of money. So, arguably we are doing a certain amount of redistribution right now. The conservatives will in fact argue that right now we are stealing the rich blind and giving away money to shiftless, unworthy poor people, and that it has to stop, tout suite!
There was a time when we did much more of this. Wealthy people were taxed at significantly higher rates, and capital gains were taxed, etc. So, we've moved very significantly away from that. Interestingly, as we have moved in this more regressive direction, the right has in fact screamed even louder (hm, maybe whined is a better word--they've really picked up the mantle of victimization in a big way and made hay out of it).
All true of course. But we can put constraints on moving that capital in the first place.
Jobs Lost to India Aftermath 894
No -I have a dislike for the far right in the US. What Im saying is a universal fact that applies to all countries -no matter what their ideology is. It applies...
You have fallen into the extreme right way of thinking, which is that ecnomically, doing nothing (as in no government) is always the best thing to do. If things are less than optimal, it can always be traced (in the rightwinger's mind) to government regulation or taxes. And the answer is always to remove trade barriers, taxes, or government regulations.
When all constaints on the market are removed, and we find ourselves starving to rest, we will be heartened to know that, at least ideologically we have the "best of all possible worlds."