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Taxes VS Population Capacity - Yesterday, 09:07 AM

More taxes on the wealthy has been a common tool in Democratic campaigns.

Let's talk about what today's taxes do, right now.

The US supports a population of about 331 million, the third highest of all countries.

Other countries in that tier are:
1. China 1,389,618,778
2. India 1,311,559,204
3. United States 331,883,986
4. Indonesia 264,935,824
5. Pakistan 210,797,836
6. Brazil 210,301,591
7. Nigeria 208,679,114
8. Bangladesh 161,062,905
9. Russia 141,944,641
10. Mexico 127,318,112

Everyone can talk about how great other countries are for paying for college and healthcare. That is not an apples to apples comparison.


European countries don't have to support the same size population as the USA.

Anyone thinking more taxes will work because it works elsewhere is fooled by bad logic.

Of the ten countries on the list only one of them is trying to give everyone, regardless of race, religious background, income or education a chance at success.
Brazil and Nigeria are the only two countries where I wouldn't be surprised that a black politician is not a big deal. A Somali female Muslim politician would be a huge deal in almost all of those countries.

The US gives out opportunities some people measure beyond expectation and others like Obama prove to be as corrupt as leaders from yesteryear.

Stop attacking the American system.

Also when taxes get raised, people in rural areas lose out because there is no infrastructure that can be expanded.

Rural areas will just pay more taxes and get less in return. Like what is happening with today's healthcare system.

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That is a very good observation.

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Yesterday, 10:02 AM

Fooled by bad logic? Sure. There's a lot of that going around.


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