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#160 - I imagine making all college free and raising the pay of all t…  [+] (15 replies) 10/16/2015 on F*ck the people, amirtie? +5
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#181 - modreaper (10/16/2015) [-]
I mean, it's kind of a tough choice to make.

Making higher education free would be beneficial in the long run, I think, but it would take quite a good while to actually show the results of a "better" education, or at least more educated people.
However, to spend less on the military would kinda weaken America's almost shaky standing in the global point of view. It's the combination of a scary big military and economic sanctions that's keeping us in the game. Take one away, or weaken one of them, and you'll have a much less powerful bully pulpit.

But really, I wouldn't mind higher taxes at all. I think us Americans want to most out of doing less. Other countries' taxes are almost double ours and they get things like free education and universal healthcare, however, you also have to take into account that they are much smaller countries, and thus are subject to different treatments that yield different results.
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#202 - nass (10/16/2015) [-]
That makes Sanders quite unique (and popular with the youth): He thinks (at least when it comes to education) not about his term only, but further into the future. Which all politicians should if they really want to "serve" their country.
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#190 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
That's a funny thing I've come to realize myself as a liberal, is that I really don't give a solid shit if my taxes are raised, as long as they're being put to good use.
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#517 - tittysugar (10/16/2015) [-]
Then donate to a charity if you feel that way. Let me keep my meager dollars.
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#518 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
I don't want any of your meager dollars. I want the Koch Brother's dollars. Frankly I don't think the poor ought to be taxed at all. As someone in the upper-middle class to low-rich bracket, I don't give a shit if they raise my taxes.
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#519 - tittysugar (10/16/2015) [-]
As a poor faggot, thats stupid. How about a flat tax? 10% of what I make every 2 weeks is like 100 bucks, where as 10% of someone who makes say 10000 every 2 weeks is 1000 bucks. Keep it relative to the person and remain unbiased to how much the person makes.
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#521 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
Except the reason a scaling tax works is because the rich have much more to lose, as well as the fact that although a flat tax takes the same percentage, I would imagine 100 bucks is worth a whole lot more to you then 10% of what a billionaire makes is to him. For him, its three less Ferraris, perhaps one less house in the Hamptons. For you, it could be basic quality of life things, like an extra sitting chair in your living room for having friends over, or a slightly better cable package. Perhaps if you are really poor, its even being able to keep food on the table, or paying your rent. It's important to see the perspective in these cases, where although proportions of money can be the same, their relative worth is nowhere near similar.
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#524 - tittysugar (10/16/2015) [-]
Yeah, but for some reason the government takes like 180 every paycheck, so I'd rather just pay the flat tax. I got no dependents and am not a student right now, so fuck me right? Yea, I can make rent and put food in the cupboard, but it would be nicer to have the extra 80 bucks, thats my car insurance right there. Fuck government over reach all across the board.
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#525 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
And again, lowering taxes to an absolute minimum on people in your tax bracket is what I would like to see. But we just have fundamentally different views on how the government ought to work anyway, so whatever.
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#180 - adrilazzaro (10/16/2015) [-]
maybe getting rid of privately owned colleges to start with would make them a lot cheaper, same with healthcare.
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#182 - containlettersonly (10/16/2015) [-]
Someone hates quality
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#556 - nass (10/16/2015) [-]
And yet german workers are one of the most sought after worldwide. Although they all received free education.
#191 - anon (10/16/2015) [-]
Wow you actually blocked me, fucking pathetic
#189 - anon (10/16/2015) [-]
ah yes because so many of the European universities and probably most universities in the world are all shit unless you pay for them. Grow up
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#179 - methylgroup (10/16/2015) [-]
Honestly, I don't see that as a bad thing.
#103 - never said it didn't boiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii…  [+] (3 replies) 10/16/2015 on rehabilitation vs.... 0
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#105 - realdarkdank (10/16/2015) [-]
But i miss leaders like lenin, stalin and hitler, so great mustaches
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#104 - realdarkdank (10/16/2015) [-]
Well true, but no matter how one debates, socialism is pretty great.
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#137 - secondlawprevails (10/16/2015) [-]
Honestly if there were such a thing I'd like to live in a pure meritocracy. I want the option to go the extra mile, distinguish myself from my peers, and be better off for it.
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#91 - I would guess, but Norway is a near-socialist state anyway, so…  [+] (5 replies) 10/15/2015 on rehabilitation vs.... 0
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#101 - realdarkdank (10/16/2015) [-]
And it works.
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#103 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
never said it didn't boiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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#105 - realdarkdank (10/16/2015) [-]
But i miss leaders like lenin, stalin and hitler, so great mustaches
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#104 - realdarkdank (10/16/2015) [-]
Well true, but no matter how one debates, socialism is pretty great.
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#137 - secondlawprevails (10/16/2015) [-]
Honestly if there were such a thing I'd like to live in a pure meritocracy. I want the option to go the extra mile, distinguish myself from my peers, and be better off for it.
#116 - You can easily press both buttons, all you gotta do is raise t…  [+] (17 replies) 10/15/2015 on F*ck the people, amirtie? +6
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#157 - illegalartist (10/16/2015) [-]
No you dont. You can just divert spending from the military industrial complex.
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#160 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
I imagine making all college free and raising the pay of all teachers across american would require some combination of both.
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#181 - modreaper (10/16/2015) [-]
I mean, it's kind of a tough choice to make.

Making higher education free would be beneficial in the long run, I think, but it would take quite a good while to actually show the results of a "better" education, or at least more educated people.
However, to spend less on the military would kinda weaken America's almost shaky standing in the global point of view. It's the combination of a scary big military and economic sanctions that's keeping us in the game. Take one away, or weaken one of them, and you'll have a much less powerful bully pulpit.

But really, I wouldn't mind higher taxes at all. I think us Americans want to most out of doing less. Other countries' taxes are almost double ours and they get things like free education and universal healthcare, however, you also have to take into account that they are much smaller countries, and thus are subject to different treatments that yield different results.
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#202 - nass (10/16/2015) [-]
That makes Sanders quite unique (and popular with the youth): He thinks (at least when it comes to education) not about his term only, but further into the future. Which all politicians should if they really want to "serve" their country.
User avatar
#190 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
That's a funny thing I've come to realize myself as a liberal, is that I really don't give a solid shit if my taxes are raised, as long as they're being put to good use.
User avatar
#517 - tittysugar (10/16/2015) [-]
Then donate to a charity if you feel that way. Let me keep my meager dollars.
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#518 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
I don't want any of your meager dollars. I want the Koch Brother's dollars. Frankly I don't think the poor ought to be taxed at all. As someone in the upper-middle class to low-rich bracket, I don't give a shit if they raise my taxes.
User avatar
#519 - tittysugar (10/16/2015) [-]
As a poor faggot, thats stupid. How about a flat tax? 10% of what I make every 2 weeks is like 100 bucks, where as 10% of someone who makes say 10000 every 2 weeks is 1000 bucks. Keep it relative to the person and remain unbiased to how much the person makes.
User avatar
#521 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
Except the reason a scaling tax works is because the rich have much more to lose, as well as the fact that although a flat tax takes the same percentage, I would imagine 100 bucks is worth a whole lot more to you then 10% of what a billionaire makes is to him. For him, its three less Ferraris, perhaps one less house in the Hamptons. For you, it could be basic quality of life things, like an extra sitting chair in your living room for having friends over, or a slightly better cable package. Perhaps if you are really poor, its even being able to keep food on the table, or paying your rent. It's important to see the perspective in these cases, where although proportions of money can be the same, their relative worth is nowhere near similar.
User avatar
#524 - tittysugar (10/16/2015) [-]
Yeah, but for some reason the government takes like 180 every paycheck, so I'd rather just pay the flat tax. I got no dependents and am not a student right now, so fuck me right? Yea, I can make rent and put food in the cupboard, but it would be nicer to have the extra 80 bucks, thats my car insurance right there. Fuck government over reach all across the board.
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#525 - Endofzeeworld (10/16/2015) [-]
And again, lowering taxes to an absolute minimum on people in your tax bracket is what I would like to see. But we just have fundamentally different views on how the government ought to work anyway, so whatever.
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#180 - adrilazzaro (10/16/2015) [-]
maybe getting rid of privately owned colleges to start with would make them a lot cheaper, same with healthcare.
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#182 - containlettersonly (10/16/2015) [-]
Someone hates quality
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#556 - nass (10/16/2015) [-]
And yet german workers are one of the most sought after worldwide. Although they all received free education.
#191 - anon (10/16/2015) [-]
Wow you actually blocked me, fucking pathetic
#189 - anon (10/16/2015) [-]
ah yes because so many of the European universities and probably most universities in the world are all shit unless you pay for them. Grow up
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#179 - methylgroup (10/16/2015) [-]
Honestly, I don't see that as a bad thing.
#6 - a show that is literally a ******** of a different movie is ge…  [+] (3 replies) 10/07/2015 on Ronald and Macaroni -4
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#7 - demandsgayversion (10/07/2015) [-]
Stop trying to make "shitpost" a thing.
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#10 - eezo (10/07/2015) [-]
Are you stuck in 2012

Do you need help getting to the present?
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#8 - tsagu (10/07/2015) [-]
Oh my sweet child, Shitposting has been a thing since the dawn of the internet.