Date registered: Sep 2004
Vehicle: 95 E300
Location: Inside my head
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So if your kid says "Dad can I have $200 for a new suit" I'm going to a wedding, funeral, orgy, etc. and you give him $200 and he says good I also have your VISA card. So when he returns and says Dad! I got a great deal on a very good suit and saved you $100. You say how? He says I paid $100 cash and put $300 on your VISA, here dad I saved you $100, Aren‚Äôt you happy?
Deficit spending is the most immoral activity a government can do, it is Taxation without representation, involuntary servitude, and if you don't understand the meaning of "involuntary servitude" it is commonly known as slavery.
So if you can screw the next generation into paying your bills this is okay?
Is this the libertarian view?
I agree with you insofar as deficit spending accumulates debt if not paid down over time and, due to interest accumulation, grows to be a burden in the future. The morality of it I leave to you.
I think taxation, from the libertarian perspective should be fairly applied on an individual basis across the population. That's my view, anyway. I think Ron Paul argued for "Fair Tax", but I'm not certain. You could look it up. Or was that a rhetorical question?
Now tell me how Obama feels about government spending. I don't know.
The biggest problems we are facing right now have to do with George Bush trying to bring more and more power into the executive branch and not go through Congress at all and thatís what I intend to reverse.
~ Senator Barack H. Obama