McBare: I don't answer your questions about me because of your skill of attacking the messenger when you can't win on facts. Thus I prefer to be a blank slate to you; so deal only with facts please.
I didn't jump you until you tried to defend/explain the absurd statement that "all losses are transferred to taxpayers." Rubbish. Nonsense. Nutzo.
I believe you did answer my question just fine.
As for my thoughts that losses are transferred to taxpayers, you might know tax code but you don't know how business works and how folks who lose money deduct away and tuck away those loses while keeping as much of the revenues as they can.
The way the taxpayer is stiffed is that, when a business operates at a loss, while the owners continue to bring in some revenues is that other taxpayers pick up the tab for that loss of revenue in the big revenue purse.
Put simply if five of us are responsible for all expenses and one of us slacks off and doesn't pay his share due to writing off losses, the other four have to pick up the slack.
As much as you seem to try to avoid them, I do deal with facts. Whatever happened to your response about that Reagan Bush never raised taxes? That was way back in May and you always seem to forget to respond to the facts of that one.
I guess just like your attempt to obfuscate that businesses can pass their losses to taxpayers you avoid those other errors in your arguments.
Another swing and a miss. You gotta hate that.