It's like if people interpreted things by outcomes over intentions, then working towards flatter tax rates would be working against corruption and cronyism. But instead people interpret policies by intentions, so they interpret it like "tax cuts on the rich", instead of "reducing corruption/cronyism". It's a very lazy way of thinking in my opinion. It's like people being in favor of the war on drugs because they're against drugs without considering the skyrocketing rates of homicide, and the ~1.5 million gang members in circulation now who largely profit from drug trafficking, and the fact that minors find it easier sometimes to access weed than tobacco or alcohol, in favor of what just sounds good on paper. It's easier to appeal to people's hearts than their minds.
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