You wish death upon him? That's absolutely terrible considering so many people have died of covid. I had a death in the family myself. I wouldn't wish that upon Biden or any of the democrats even though I strongly oppose them.
4 more years baby and then Donald Trump JR
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Cutting taxes helps everyone who works not just the rich. Only people who cutting taxes dosen't help is welfare sponges. And frankly fuck those people. And yes you can end dependence on China you just need to deregulate industry. The primary reason we outsource jobs isn't labor costs its regulatory red tape especially environmental red tape. And whilst im fine with environmental regulation an truly harmful things, screw the carbon emissions shit which is the bulk of what keeps business outside the US. Man-made climate change is a hoax and a tax scam. If you want to stop global warming get to building a dyaon sphere because solar output is the culprit not carbon emissions
@captain_voidwalker cutting tax doesn't help the poorer people. for the poorer people (or average earners really), a tax cut is a few measely bucks at the end of the month. hardly noticeable, while for rich people it's millions or billions. so it litterally is hardly noticable to the average earner.if you DEREGULATE industry, every industry will go to china... so nope. industry will go where labour is cheapest. so you need to regulate not deregulate. and regulation will mean heavily taxing production abroad and heavily subsidizing local business, which will then as i said make commodity good prices skyrocked, as in america stuff can't be produced cheaply and the money for subsidizes doesn't come from nothing. so yeah it is "possible" in theory, though not financially viable for america.the reason for outsourcing is purely labour cost. as in amerika you pay 10 bucks an hour and in china pennies. environmentall red tape is bullshit, as america left the intergovernmental panel on climate change, so they would have to pay the environment cost in china but not in america, since china is still part of the ipcc... if you in all seriousness claim that labour cost isn't the main reason for outsourcing, you are out of your mind or just unedcuated.it doesn't even matter if climate change is real or not, as that isn't the main driver of outsourcing.
@captain_voidwalker you're old enough to know full well, that outsourcing to china was a thing long before people ever heard of global warming.
And what do you think those millionaires and billionaires do with that money they save, sit on it, light ot on fire? No they either reinvest it which grows companies and makes jobs. Or start new business ventures which creats jobs. Or spend it which creates jobs for the people who make the goods and services they spend thier money on. So fuck you poor people absolutely benefit from tax cuts with job opportunities. And as for outsourcing to China I did forget to mention the number 1 thing that drives jobs overseas. and that's over taxation. You can observe this within the United States itself, its why jobs are flooding out of shitholes like California and into awesome states like Texas and Arizona. You realy wanna pull jobs back from China lower corporate taxes so they can compete while staying on American soil
@captain_voidwalker If they used that money to create more jobs and not just to fill their bank account, we wouldn't have a problem to begin with.And no, the main driver of outsourcing is still labour cost. There's absolutely no way to argue that. This is economics 101. Yes taxation (of which the CO2 Tax is a part) is a thing but that's not the main driver as labour cost is the biggest financial difference in means of production.
Labor is definitely a factor just saying it's not the only factor. And I think we can end our dependence on China but its definitely not an over night thing. We spent decades digging that hole. It will take us decades to climb out
@captain_voidwalker it is not "the only factor" but it is the biggest factor. and it is impossible to just compensate for the massive difference in labour cost without either massively devaluing the currency, creating hyperinflation or hyperinflating the prices, which is in effect pretty much the same.yeah you and most western nations like my country have dug that hole for millennia, exploiting poor countries to cut down on labour cost and sell on a profit. that profit doesn't come from nothing. it comes from the exploitation of poor countries. without that exploitation, the monetary benefit also vanishes, which means everyone has to strap their belt a huge bit tighter if you want this dependency to go away. unbearably tight for the American high standards. everyone having a car won't be a thing anymore. everyone running their ac 24/7 won't be a thing anymore. technology will have exorbitant prices.it's litterally economics 101. you don't create wealth out of thin air. that's not how it works.
So what's your solution then. If trumps doing such a bad job how would you solve the problem
@captain_voidwalker first of all, i'm not saying trump does a bad job generally. i think with corona he initially wanted to do things right but then the establishment was as always more powerfull than him. which i don't blame on him. presidents that don't comply usually get shot. you saw that most famously with kennedy.so what my "solution" to "solve the problem" is would highly depend on what the problem is. first of all, i would make sure that business relations with china stay good, as to ensure americans can continue their high standards of living on the back of ultra cheap chinese workers (cause that's really the only way how that can currently work).i would probably try to discourage growth based industries by taxing based on growth factor. because growth is in my estimations the exact thing that creates the accumulation of wealth in the 1%. however i'd make one exception. because typically what you see is a trend for financial growth and reduction of personell. so i'd encourage growth that exponentially also rises personell.however that will just be a temporary fix, as the monetary system in general is pretty much at the end of it's lifespan. automation and industrialization kills more and more jobs. even in high education white collar busineness or arts, jobs will be destroyed by machine learning an AI.so really i see no valid future for the monetary system. except the age old one, where the accumulation keeps continuing, till the poor overthrow the system to start over...
I think you have a good grasp on the problems can't say I agree totally with you solutions but at least you put in some thought.I dont agree with taxing growth. Honesty i think money is better of in private hands then the government even the 1% are still better than government.As for cheap Chinese labor there is two solutions. Either we can automate the hell out of industry which does actually create jobs both designing and maintaining the machines. Or we get rid of the minimum wage and allow us to compete with China. This isn't as terrible as some people will over react to it bieng as it will drive down coat of goods aswell. The shipping costs and taxes are still a part of that equation. As for the poor rising up and overthrowing the system thats probably a terrible idea. Moat cases of this throughout history just made things much much worse.
@captain_voidwalker thanks. i know my solutions aren't "optimal". life is chaos. political decisions are full of utter dilemmas that are unsolvable by nature. bullshit, missinformation and fake news also exists in many places as if it wasn't already hard enough. there is no decision that doesn't effect some group of people very negatively, no matter how good it sounds on first glance.the thing is you won't get around the fact that it's always rich people governing, not poor, so you won't be able to eliminate the financial upperclass from politics and get the lower class in. they simply don't have the money to campeign and be heard. and even if they had, i think the American voting system with district arrangements is just complete garbage and has nothing to do with democracy.on top of that having a 2 party system means there's virtually no choice, as the 2 parties must ne super close in agenda to maximize votes. so 2 big factors, why really america in my personal opinion isn't a democracy. it's an oligarchy with votes to appease "the people" who are dumb enougbh to actually think that their vote matters. that's why you're told to "go vote". cause if you vote, psychologically that makes you think you had a say, which you did not what so ever... a bad joke to my ears.the main issue with shipping taxes trying to discourage companies from outsourcing labour to china is quite simply: guess who pays that tax. not the companies. the cost always trickles down to the customer. the poor bastard we're trying to help. that's pretty much the issue with trying to regulate with monetary incentives.in a free and unregulated economy, nobody cares what "should" or "should not be". the most financial efficient thing will always prevail and that will be automation and AI. there's no way around that. if you try regulating by trying to force jobs and discourage automation, the cuspomer will pay for that decision, not the company.
and no overthrowing the system didn't make it way worse. there is always a temporary crash but income desparity between the richest and the poorest is always reduced in the process.low income disparity is by the way the single biggest factor in comparative quality of life in a country. the lower the income disparity, the more happy are the people. there's lots of other factors but this one is the strongest.
Yeah but that also usually accompanies a lot of metaphorical heads in a guillotine.
@captain_voidwalker well that's true historically and that's the downside. It didn't always happen in history. Sometimes they were just disowned or straight up robbed. And that didn't usually go in particularly fair ways for any side. Our current political system was very good at delaying that problem for many years but it still seems inevitable to me. Covid and the legislation around it have sped it up a bunch by making a lot of people poor and out of work.
It's almost as if he's not some fascist dictator who can just pass any laws or enact any policy at will without meeting any opposition.
What is it that you don't like about it?
Mainly that there isn't one. Not sure how many republicans noticed or even care, but there is no party platform for the republicans. They aren't even hiding their disdain for governing. They are running entirely on "vote for us because pretending to believe our crazy bullshit will piss off the libs!" And it's sadly seems to be enough for some people..
You're projecting. You're talking about democrats, who have almost nothing besides ''Drumpf bad''. Trump at the very least, has things he wants to do that don't revolve exclusively around the left.
Democrats have a platform. Don't play dumb.
I can just reverse what you said and supplant democrats with republicans.
Republicans don't have a platform. Democrats do. You can reverse them if you want, but the result would be a false statement.
And yet again I can say the exact reverse back at you
Yes. You can say that. But it's still false. This ultimately the problem with conservativism. No matter how rich your fantasy politics get, ultimately when it comes time to deliver on the claims in reality, it never will. It's like the Rapture in that regard. 1000 years of "any minute now".
Grab her by the pussy
Definitely an older gentleman. China already owns the usa. Sorry to break that news to you. They own about 4% of usa debt 2nd to Japan. It's been going on for 20 years. Lol
Get ready to die then 😆