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I find it poetic justice that Democratic politicians are biting the hand that feed them. It is the overclass who , overwhelmingly Democrat, fund the Democratic party and Left wing social causes.
1 posted on 02/03/2019 3:45:57 AM PST by C19fan
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Soros omitted...


2 posted on 02/03/2019 3:55:44 AM PST by Doogle (( USAF.68-73....8th TFW Ubon Thailand....never store a threat you should have eliminated)))
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I’m sure the small print will include all sorts of super-sized exemptions for Leftist billionaires.


3 posted on 02/03/2019 3:56:42 AM PST by rightwingcrazy (,)
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The propagandists at the Washington Post want you to believe that loser radical leftists are really the “public mood”. Amazing that people pay to be lied to like this.


4 posted on 02/03/2019 4:00:02 AM PST by Vision (Obama corrupted, sought to weaken and fundamentally change America; he didn't plan on being stopped)
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I find it poetic justice that Democratic politicians are biting the hand that feed them.


Seems unlikely. The very wealthy will be able to find ways to avoid the tax.

The middle class... Farmers, small businessmen...

Not so much.


5 posted on 02/03/2019 4:20:10 AM PST by marktwain (President Trump and his supporters are the Resistance. His opponents are the Reactionaries.)
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The Dems will protect Rich Liberals, so they will get richer...


8 posted on 02/03/2019 4:45:36 AM PST by Deplorable American1776 (Proud to be a DeplorableAmerican with a Deplorable Family...even the dog is, too. :-))
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Envy use to be a sin. Now it’s a major donkey plank.


9 posted on 02/03/2019 4:59:36 AM PST by Drango (A liberal's compassion is limited only by the size of someone else's wallet.)
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Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the U.S. economic system unfairly favors powerful interests, a figure that has changed little since 2014, according to polling from the Pew Research Center.

But the proportion of Republicans who believe the system is unfair has dropped significantly — from 51 percent in 2014 to 36 percent now — while it has increased among Democrats, from 71 percent to 84 percent.

This is the most interesting and accurate part of the article because it reflects how the party in power affects public sentiment due to government being far too large. The Democrats playing race you to the top of the wealth confiscation hill is from a profound shift within the mood of their public, not the entire public. While Her Heinous successfully rigged her way to the Democrat nomination in 2016, it wasn't lost on those who couldn't stop her (and more than a few of her supporters) that Bernie and his socialist policies really carried the day on their side.

Back to the polling. You would expect that in 2014 the Democrat number would be lower with Bathhouse Barry in the White House. However, despite him doing his level best to destroy everything, the presence of even the feeble Republican Congress was enough to cause them distress. The change in the numbers to now reflects President Trump taking over, though I suspect that the Republican number is on the rise and the Democrat number slightly dipping as the country is exposed more and more to having Democrats run the House.

10 posted on 02/03/2019 5:30:02 AM PST by Dahoser
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Matt Viser is trying to convince himself the Demon Rats are loved.


11 posted on 02/03/2019 5:36:06 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
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Do Dems/liberals even pay taxes?? All I remember is the multitude of leftists who either fail to pay their taxes or work to dodge them.
12 posted on 02/03/2019 5:38:52 AM PST by BookmanTheJanitor
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The income inequality is not a simple factor of those with higher incomes have too much, or that CEOs pay as increased over the decades as a multiple of the average workers pay.

What HAS shifted is to where has the granting of higher pay gone most (what jobs) - as an increase over past decades, and where has the rate of pay increases slowed.

The data has been sifted and in most industries CEOs today are not getting higher multiples of their average employees wages than past decades. However, it is also seen that wage growth in most job sectors has slowed.

What accounts for seeming income inequality? The computer technology sector and technology related jobs, technology jobs whether in the computer technology sector or not.

That sector and jobs related to it have obtained a larger share of wage growth (much larger) from prior decades over just about every other sector, or every other kind of job within other sectors. Take that sector and jobs related to it out of the data and wage growth has been slow but similar just about everywhere else. Leave their data in and the total appears to represent a “total” inequality gap.

Just like some extremes at one end can skew an average, extremes in one economic or job sector can alone skew what the total income picture looks like.

The man in the movie The Graduate was wrong when he told the Dustin Hoffman character that the future was in plastics; it would instead, in reality, be in computer techology and jobs related to or working with it.

It is humorous how “income inequality” animates the politics of the progressives so much while those working where the “unequal” data has bulged upward the most is in the sectors with the biggest love affair with the progressives - the computer technology sector and the communications sectors employing it.


13 posted on 02/03/2019 5:50:20 AM PST by Wuli
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Taxing the wealthy is like herding cats.

They can hire world-class tax accountants who have an endless list of ways to shelter assets, income, whatever...

That is why all “tax the wealthy” schemes eventually morph into higher taxes on the middle class—because that is where the real money is.


14 posted on 02/03/2019 5:51:34 AM PST by cgbg (Hidden behind the social justice warrior mask is corruption and sexual deviance.)
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Never, ever, got a job from a poor man....


15 posted on 02/03/2019 5:54:38 AM PST by FrankR (How to get a one-armed SOCIALIST out of a tree...wave to him.)
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What it reflects is that the Bolsheviks, I mean Democrats, don’t care what the public really thinks - and are willing to ‘change’ the public via forced demographic shifts and illegal voting in order to achieve their agenda and consolidate their power.


17 posted on 02/03/2019 6:30:10 AM PST by neverevergiveup
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Communists always claim to go after the rich but always hit the middle class.


19 posted on 02/03/2019 7:33:47 AM PST by bray (Pray for President Trump)
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Democrats challenging a president whose riches helped get him to the White House.

Fact: Democrats ticked because they spent more money on race to White House with rigged election and still lost.


23 posted on 02/03/2019 8:35:12 AM PST by Vaduz (women and children to be impacIQ of chimpsted the most.)
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Propose a 90% tax on wealth not income.
Watch Tom Steyer, Soros, Pelosi, Buffet, Zuckerberg, Bezos, the Hollywood elite, et al scream like raped apes.


24 posted on 02/03/2019 9:26:14 AM PST by Vinnie
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