The Death Tax and Morality

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The Death Tax and Morality

Post by Admin on Sat Jul 18, 2015 5:58 pm

When I hear progressives talking about the Estate Tax, they talk about how it doesn't effect most people. It's only those with more than $5 million in assets that it even effects, so why do the rest of us even care? Why would we be against something that doesn't hurt us and might benefit us? The most common explanation given by progressives is that us dumb peons think that we'll all be rich someday, so we don't want to be taxed when we are. They talk about how Americans don't think they're poor but just temporarily embarrassed millionaires. They say that we're just voting against our own interest because we're manipulated by slogans like "class warfare" and our dumb belief in our future riches. 

They never seem to consider that we are against the Death Tax because it is simply immoral. It's wrong to steal money from someone just because you can. That person was taxed their whole lives on their income, and if they made too much, well they're taxed again when they die. Sure, robbing rich people and dividing up the loot might benefit the looters, but it's wrong. It's immoral. We are against it because we have a conscience. I don't care if someone else is rich, their wealth won't make me poor.

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