Nov 12, 2019

Billionaires Freak Out About Elizabeth Warren And Bernie Sanders As Protectors Of The People & The Constitution YET They Don't Fear Joe Biden But Welcome Him!

1. Joe Biden's Vote For The Iraq War Proves He Lacks Leadership Qualities That Are Needed To Run A Country (Such As The Ability To Tell Right From Wrong, i.e. Biden Is Incompetent, At The Very Least) 
2. Koch's Are Like Thanos From Avengers Infinity War! (The Right's Version Of Capitalism Could Be Called Thanos Economics!)

When billionaires worry about losing a small percent of their income compared to others, they use big numbers to intimidate you. The key is always to ask what percent of their income is going and how much is left over in dollars. 

Billionaires Freak Out About Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders: A Closer Look
Seth takes a closer look at billionaire Mike Bloomberg reportedly being on the brink of joining the Democratic primary as Wall Street panics about the current crop of candidates.

Expansion: The GOP, & their billionaire allies, have ALWAYS oppressed the poor to give welfare to the rich/themselves and their lobbyists/corporations. The Trump tax plan is just a regular GOP plan the GOP got instead of Trump's wall (Trump was the GOP's patsy in their class war on the people, not like Trump cared though, just too stupid to see the con the GOP played on him... now GOP donors support Biden as the one to carry on the torch of class warfare, which Biden has already made clear he intends to do). A few tips on the techniques of the class warfare on the people follows;

In this example Fox-News/GOP talk of percentages for the minority group they protect but numerical figures with examples of piles of money when attacking majority interests.

WORLD OF CLASS WARFARE - WARREN BUFFETT VS. WEALTHY CONSERVATIVES 8/18/2011 Warren Buffett's op-ed is a thoughtful treatise on the advantages the super-wealthy currently enjoy at the hands of the tax code, or to put it another way, "class warfare."

In this example GOP/FoxNews mix up the numbers to make nonsensical comparisons while making it appear as if they are being sensible (thus fooling their audience to believe apples ARE oranges!)

WORLD OF CLASS WARFARE - THE POOR'S FREE RIDE IS OVER 8/18/2011 The government could raise $700 billion by either taking half of everything earned by the bottom 50% or by raising the marginal tax rate on the top two percent.

A. "We gotta start somewhere... that's a million dollars (that we could save) - in contrast to the 700 billion we could save to reduce the deficit from the rich and unfairly untaxed (i.e. there is class warfare but its from the ones who are trying to aggravate people by projecting what they are doing onto Buffet).  [The answer is YES, we can start somewhere, such as the solution below or by making the taxes proportionate between rich and poor. For example 20% from a poor person could lead to struggling to survive while 20% from someone with a billion dollars can't possibly leave them struggling to survive. Of course, 20% from a rich person WILL be more money, numerically, than 20% from the poor person. Be conscious of which modes of measurement the GOP/Fox-News is using to understand where they are trying to fool you - when they aren't throwing you a bone to seem nice!]
B . From fox news: Dont tax the rich but 'broaden the tax base' - ignore/cover over the realty of the tax codes.
C. Taxing the majority (poor) instead of taxing the minority (super rich by comparison) this is the very definition of despotism.
D. Heritage institute (Koch Brother funded) are trying to create the image of poor being wealthy cause they have normal second world amenities. (i.e. this will lower standard of living).

The GOP (or ANY billionaire using their talking points) ONLY Make The Bad Stuff SOUND GOOD By Using Different Words (Its Just A Con, An Obvious One At That!)...
[i.e. how to make the bad stuff of GOP policy sound good to people who only watch one news source with any regularity]
Herein, I provide a service to the right-wing dogmatists and those who’d like to understand them by reproducing the top 10 talking points for preserving the status quo. 
  1. Whenever anyone brings up distributional issues, accuse them of class warfare.
  2. Never acknowledge the existence of “the rich.” They are “job creators.”
  3. Tax cuts for the working poor are “budget busters.”
  4. Tax cuts for job creators are “incentives.”  See also “competitiveness.”
  5. Deficits caused by new spending are harbingers of the apocalypse.
  6. Deficits caused by tax incentives are signs of enlightened public policy.
  7. Everyone can succeed in America by working hard.
  8. Oppose an adequate minimum wage because it kills jobs.
  9. Oppose tax credits that help minimum wage earners escape poverty, such as the earned income tax credit (EITC), because they let millions of lower-income Americans escape income tax liability.
  10. Support tax incentives that let job creators escape income tax liability.

Robert Reich: 12 Myths About Taxing the Rich
Robert Reich debunks 12 misconceptions about tax policy in America.

Tom Steyer: Why Tax Cuts for the Rich Are So Stupid
Robert Reich 161K subscribers Rich Americans know they don't need a tax cut. Listen to Tom Steyer.

Note: Rules & Regulations in Human Societies MAKES SENSE;

OR We Would Have Way More Deaths;

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