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Economic Lunacy: Ban Corporate Profits

Proof that one of the threats to the Republic is economic illiteracy:

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2 Responses to “Economic Lunacy: Ban Corporate Profits”

  1. Scott Taylor #

    Let’s just call it what it is, Marxism. Why do we continue to gloss it over or shy away from it. The Democratic Party is the party of Marxism.

    September 6, 2012 at 10:08 pm
  2. Josh #

    So Scott, returning to Clinton era tax rates is Marxism? You do know that Clinton rates were lower than the Reagan rates right? In your neo conservative Koch brothers funded ideology what would Eisenhower be, he had a top marginal rate above 80%. You republicans never let the facts get in the way of your narrative though. That is how you still argue that there is no global warming, coal, oil, and gas companies actually make the world healthier, 9 out of 10 Scientists who said that cigarettes are good for you back this claim, and you believe it.

    If you want to sum up the Republican plat form its easy to do,

    “Don’t believe your eyes, or trust your intuition, believe what our paid experts tell you, there is no global warming, giving tax breaks to the rich will make you wealthy, put your trust in the banks and corporations to determine what regulations need to be in place, after all they are you, you own stock in them, and if they do well, so will you.”

    Anyone who has been paying attention over the last 20 years can clearly see that the Republican narrative and reality are diametrically opposed. In other words the narrative is a LIE, a LIE that only profits the very wealthy, at the expense of everyone else.

    If you want to go to war with Iran, if you want to turn over national parks to Exon and BP so they can make a little more cash, if you think that the middle class needs to suffer more for the deficits then the top 1%, if you liked the Bush presidency, then vote for Romney.

    September 8, 2012 at 2:19 pm