Death and Tax Cuts (literally)

“Oh, gross,” said the fish

The other hands are not up because no one plans to invest. They will buy back their stock and give dividends to their shareholders; they will buy up their competition and lay-off the losers; and they will move operations off-shore:

And remember what O pointed out to us: the Senate is taking away your healthcare to pay for these tax cuts. They literally want to kill us to pay for giving Ameros to people who don’t need them.

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6 Responses to Death and Tax Cuts (literally)

  1. JTO says:

    I know I am a broken record, but it is a catchy tune –

    Corporations are people.
    People are people.
    People don’t vote, and some people can’t vote
    Some people do vote for the people who can’t vote
    People who don’t vote ensure that the people who do vote for people who can’t vote win.

    Some people are more people than other people

    In solidarity from the Arctic socialist hellhole of waffles and brown cheese.


  2. It’s a sign of just how staggeringly corrupt and blinkered our CEO class is, that they’re going to sit there happily while the US government impoverishes and/or kills their customers. Who cares, they got theirs.

    We’ve spent the last 50-60 years actively selecting for completely inhuman sociopaths as business leaders, because they don’t appear to give a single fuck about anything but themselves. Honestly I don’t even think they really care about the estate tax all that much because who gives a fuck, they’ll be dead.


    • Bruce388 says:

      True, but juicing up the inheritance might keep the spawn around a bit longer. Take Donnie Two-Scoops and Ivanka, for instance.


    • MDavis says:

      But if they have to pay an estate tax, the money goes to someone else. What difference does it make if they are dead, it is still THEIRS!!!!!1111


  3. laura says:

    Gary Coen – I wouldn’t be sad if he was Aldo Moro’d.


  4. MDavis says:

    I suggest reading ‘LUSCINIA’ by Robert Reed. It’s in the current (Nov/Dec 2017) issue of Analog. Luscinia is a rich person.


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