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Old 10-10-2012, 11:51 PM   #16
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Default Re: Is this a crazy perspective?

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Originally Posted by Loneshot
The irony here is that such a regulation would lead to the end of so many necessary programs the right often complains about being taxed for. The excessive spending wouldn't be possible without all the people that require you to spend that money.

Seems a lot of the right would rather there simply be a clear distinction between the haves and the haves-not, and the haves-not have nothing because they are lazy or don't deserve more. This seems to be the common echo i hear when it comes to the right arguing taxes and regulation. As opposed to doing something that prevents there even being a group of haves-not in the first place.

Those necessary programs are almost exclusively put in when the left is in power to put in further regulations.
You can't regulate everything. What choices will there be left as humans?People constantly complain about nothing changing, and its due to the fact of more government power as time passes.
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