The Socialist Death Spiral

“We don’t necessarily have to do 10% but it’s the principle. He didn’t say if your crops fail, don’t give me any tithe or if you have a bumper crop, give me triple tithe. So there must be something inherently fair about proportionality. You make $10 billion, you put in a billion. You make $10 you put in one. Of course you’ve got to get rid of the loopholes. Some people say, ‘Well that’s not fair because it doesn’t hurt the guy who made $10 billion as much as the guy who made 10.’ Where does it say you’ve got to hurt the guy? He just put a billion dollars in the pot. We don’t need to hurt him. It’s that kind of thinking that has resulted in 602 banks in the Cayman Islands. That money needs to be back here building our infrastructure and creating jobs.” (Source)

A good portion of rich people give a LOT of money to charity – especially hospitals.  They know their responsibility to society.  It’s the Socialists who assume the worst in the wealthy and wreck everything by imposing crippling taxes on talented people…which in the end only hurts society because the drive, the wealth, and the money get all sucked out.

That’s why Hell is the abode of the Socialists.   It’s not that they really care about their entitlements or even being in Hell itself, they just want to be damn sure no one is in heaven.  And that’s exactly how accounts of the damned have been communicated to us.  They hate their torment, but they hate the fact that there is a heaven and there are holy souls in it, far more.

One thought on “The Socialist Death Spiral

  1. The idea of progressive income tax is not that it is supposed to hurts the rich, but that having a lower tax for the lower income earners AVOIDS hurting the poor.

    And by the way: the rich are not particularly generous on the whole. In terms of charitable giving, the lower middle class (household incomes between $50K and $75K) give the most money to charity as a percent of their income:
    http://philanthropy.com/article/America-s-Generosity-Divide/133775/

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Solve : *
22 + 27 =