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Liberal Lies of Inequality, Redistribution, and Class Warfare

Anonymous4442 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:39 AM
Guywithaheart, did you read the article? Also, do you mean high rollers receiving subsidies like green energy companies? Let's see, there is Solyndra ($535), First Solar ($1.46 bil), Beacon Power ($43 mil), Sun Power ($1.2 bil), A123 Systems ($279 mil), Fisker Automotive ($579 mil), Babcock & Brown ($178 mil), and Johnson Controls ($300 mil) to name a few. As for the minimum wage, it is proven that each time the minimum wage goes up, teen age unemployment goes up depriving young people of the chance to learn valuable working skills. So lets have more central planning since bureaucrats are a lot smarter about what drives the economy that market forces.

I’ve spent a lot of time debunking class-warfare tax policy, and I’ve certainly explained ’til I’m blue in the face that big government facilitates a pernicious form of corruption that enriches powerful and well-connected insiders.

But I haven’t spent much time addressing the topic of income inequality, which is connected to those two other issues.

U.S. News & World Report just weighed in on this issue, citing a leftist video designed to build support for redistributionist policies.

Occupy is by now forgotten (if not gone), but the top 1 percent came roaring back into view...