Are you kidding me?Of course I'm not kidding you. You're not answering questions. You're not asking questions. You're assuming you know what I mean by "in a societal context". You're using absolutes and calling statements you disagree with ridiculous. You refuse to learn, despite being incredibly obviously wrong.You wish. <g>It is inconceivable that you *still* think that shareholders do not bear any of the cost of taxes.You're not willing to consider the possibility that a frame of reference - a different way of looking at the issue - exists in which you could be wrong. That's a rigid mind. The worst that could happen is that you'll learn another way of considering how power flows in societies, but nope, you don't want none of that. <g> You just want to glue your butt to your tidy little comfort zone and say things like "that's absolutely ridiculous". It's a messy world. Embrace the opportunity.1HF
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