at1with0 wrote:Does that mean you're an advocate of a flat tax?
I'm no economist but it seems to me that a flat tax is, at least, fair. I am guessing that 9% does not produce enough internal revenue to pay off the national debt. In that event, I would say that everyone should shoulder the burden with an increase in flat tax slowly over time (rather than just jumping into a high tax), and then steadily decreased after that once the debt is paid off. Of course it will take a balanced budget to accomplish that. People are often against tax hikes which is understandable.
What event of apocalyptic proportions would happen if we NEVER paid down the national debt?
at1with0 wrote:Bringing up Jesus is not directly bringing up religion, imo.
humphreys wrote:What is so wrong about taking more from those who have more to give? In a church, should a beggar be expected to donate the same as Donald Trump?
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