William Thien

America’s Unfair Tax Code, A Form of Economic Genocide

Posted on: February 6, 2015

It occurs to me that if I’m paying for others to fornicate and copulate and all other manner of sexual interaction and I’m paying for the brooding, education, medication, and frequently the incarceration of the related progeny, paying for all of that sex through the tax code, paying for others to claim dependent deductions on tax returns and through not having eligibility for withholding on my own paycheck since I have no children or dependents of my own, I am subject to a form of economic genocide. Because that’s exactly what economic genocide is. It’s just that in this case, the genocide is facilitated through America’s socialist tax code.

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2 Responses to "America’s Unfair Tax Code, A Form of Economic Genocide"

Reblogged this on William Thien and commented:

One of the problems I have with the current state of the tax code in The United States is that in order to get elected politicians have been creating groups of the population that benefit disproportionately from the tax code when I believe the tax code should be based on the individual tax payer. The tax code should not favor one social group over another, but it does. The tax code favors families over individuals, for instance, and the tax code takes wealth from the individual and gives it to the family with no bearing in any foundational document or religious text. It’s done to get people elected. The tax code should not favor certain types of businesses over others, but it does, when often the businesses the tax code favors do not provide for the population or the economy in any substantial way. If the tax code is law, then the tax code should not harm the public in that regard, and it does so by taking from the public by favoring enterprise that does not benefit the public, applying contrary effort.

Since tax time is approaching, I just wanted to share those observations with you.

William Thien

There’s really no further debate needed; your concerns are justified. I routinely hear adolescent girls casually do the calculus aloud re. just how much more they will gain in benefits, be they section-8 vouchers, Foodshare credits or WIC vouchers, if they have additional children to claim. I’ve heard them talk about how cute their infants are, and then explain how tehy’d like another and soon because toddlers just aren’t as cute as infants less than a year old.
And I wish i was simply being cynical or even outright joking —– but unfortunately, I am not; these examples are literal conversations i have overheard, and more than once.

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