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Democracy’s inheritant problem August 11, 2015

Posted by hslu in Economics, Election, Politics.
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Democracy

Definition:
Spending others’ money (tax money) to shore up candidate’s chance of election.

Recent example: Hillary’s $350 billion promise to eliminate student debts.

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Where money comes from: tax, tax, and more tax. Primarily from ‘high income’a earners.

Buying votes from: young voters and people fresh out of school with unpaid student debts.

Where applied: Everywhere ‘Democracy’ is being practiced.

Consequences: more pork and unfunded promises from other candidates to compete for votes.

Hidden messages: class warfare.

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