Curry Rage wrote:One doesn't need to be Freud to see your inferiority complex for "just a drummer" that shows you up time after time, but you really seem to be taking this personally.
As usual, you don't have a point. I called attention to the fact that the link you posted is not disinterested information about the effects of the tax proposals. It's plain to see that it's not. It's from a firm that makes money off of this stuff. That really doesn't have anything to do with the data contained in the post I linked to, but you've conflated them somewhere in your rather average head.
If you'd bothered to read what I'd posted, it specifically refutes the claim being made in several articles linked to this thread that the proposed tax changes will, of necessity, effect competitiveness and growth. It's hard data pertaining to corporate taxes. You could argue that, but you don't. You make personal attacks and put words in my mouth about wanting folks to pay more taxes.
Rather telling that virtually in the same breathe as (once again) calling me "small" you not only display your own inferiority complex but effectively admit you're ideologically onside with those at a firm you linked to who's concern is small sector of society. Rich that the guy questioning others' altruism is admittedly unconcerned with the bulk of taxpayers -- i.e. those that pay less than the well-heeled clients of said firm. It's almost as though all that talk of the "middle class" is just as I said: cover for pursuing the interests of someone else entirely.
Keep coming back for more. Perhaps one day it'll -- seriously -- stop bothering you knowing that a drummer has your number.
like I’ve said, bully for you for first of all finding data on the interweb that supports your bullshit and secondly (and most importantly) sharing it in your ever so endearing bombastic blow hard way. your ability to ‘interpret data’ was brought to light in the whole Frankie corrada improving his stride and gap control from the press box laughable fiasco. interpret away, I’m still able to laugh at you little guy.
former liberal finance minister John Manley has spoken out against the proposed changes. several liberal back benchers have as well. more chimps screeching? nothing to see here?
hey world, I found this graph on the interweb... you sound like AZ and Malthus ‘talking hockey’, only smaller.