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"So I turned about and gave my heart up to despair over all the toil of my labors under the sun, because sometimes a
man who toiled with wisdom and knowledge and skill must leave all to be enjoyed by a man who did not toil for it.
This also is vanity and a great evil."

Hmmmmm--sounds like great support [bi-partisan and crossing ecumenical lines] for repeal of the Estate Tax, doesn't it?

Well this just goes to show you how scripture can be twisted to fit one's own opinions. I always wonderded how Bible reading right-wingers
could do the things they do to people.
Unless you can prove to me that they had an estate tax during Solomon's
reign, I have to say that "a man who didn't toil for it" would mean his
children or possibly just his oldest son.

Hmmm---sounds like a good reason NOT to repeal the estate tax.
Furthermore, any loans made by the rich were to be forgiven in the seventh year and the 50th year. And the loaner was not to quibble if someone came to him the day before the end of those 7 years! Sounds like socialism to me.:)
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