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  • To Handsomely Beat The Market, Buy Petroamerica Oil With Both Hands [View article]
    TCI, rather than harp on VD's investor returns, perhaps
    it would be best if you concentrated on yours...

    Too many of them are disasters and would require FEMA intervention.

    Furthermore, VD, is going public with a paid service..He will rise or
    fall on his own merit...Few pursue this course.

    Let's all get back to business on hand - making money.
    Sep 3 09:27 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why I Will Start Social Security At Age 62 [View article]
    JRE, you are most welcome!

    If you or your husband serviced in the Arm Forces, you
    will receive additional SS benefits depending on the length
    of service.

    All the best, Joni!
    Sep 3 09:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chesapeake Granite Wash - Seriously, This Junk Is Worth $11 Per Share? [View article]
    Rip, never made an investment mistake? If so, I would like to
    hire you as my adviser.
    Sep 3 09:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Hat, you start out strong and end weak...Can I have my like back.
    Sep 3 08:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Hat, then you would support a flat tax?

    You would also opposite the sale tax?

    Mayhawk makes a valved point, paying massive taxes and receiving
    little back from the state and using no services.

    Then you should also favor those on welfare and not working
    be force to work for their benefits.

    That is the solution to the non-producer; drug tests and MANDATED
    work requirements.
    Sep 3 12:44 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Hat Trick, your comment is a pure hat trick...I am in complete agreement with your post.

    The tax code is simply poppycock.
    Sep 3 12:37 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Decider, he could have name it Picketty's Free Lunch.
    Sep 3 11:29 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Hat Trick says: Well we have to agree to disagree, but I've been to Haiti, and I can tell you there are many places in the U.S. that look very similar.

    You must be referring to Demco strangleholds, such as Detroit and Broke-o-Rico.

    Who has a cartel on the education industry? My income is declining near to the level you described and my vehicles is nineteen years old..I want no aid train from Sam.

    I do not want government controlled equality; please, allow me the
    opportunity to die (dye) a freeman.

    Hat Trick, a two minute minor for interference.
    Sep 3 10:38 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Mindrider, they use the word "fair" but are loathe to define it.
    Sep 3 10:26 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why I Will Start Social Security At Age 62 [View article]
    JRE, you should be entitled to 1/2 of this benefits; and all
    should he precede you in death.

    BTW, former military personnel, also have added benefits
    depending on the length of service.
    Sep 3 06:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Humph, it usually time some time for the head water to reach
    the estuary.
    Sep 3 06:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    1473, those "exploited" enjoyed a growing standard of living.

    The latest battle cry from the Socsheviks is income inequality..Rather than leaving the solution to the market place, you seek the police powers of the state...Oh yes, the Mandate Party has all the answers.

    In the main, the left has controlled the political agenda in America and
    EuroLand as well...Your policies have lead to this modern day crisis and
    you seek more government fiat for the solution...This cycle continues until the end comes.

    Mr Piketty's solutions are simply more divined governmental actions, because the government and Mr Piketty have all the answers...

    Was it not said, Government is not the solution, government is the problem!

    I do understand the predicament that Statist are placed in...It is your
    Deity and irrespective it commands your support..

    Please, look at Piketty's homeland of France and axe whether that is a
    economic system we wish to emulate...If your answer is yes, then it is
    not about individual freedoms to pursue happiness but rather the throne of Equality.

    Mr Piketty's, desire to create a Potemkin Village, will like all previous attempts - fail.
    Sep 3 06:04 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Hat Trick, five minute major for fighting! :>)

    "I can't understand how people like you want to live in a country where it is "winner takes all" and crumbs for everyone else."

    America, is not Haiti, or any other third world nation...In our economy
    there is no winner takes all...Our economic structure requires
    the productivity from top to bottom...Please view the Shark Tank and or The Undercover Boss for a glimpse, on how businesses work...

    BTW, those crumbs you talk about, have build the largest middle class
    in the world, despite nearly 17 million governmental unit employees.
    Sep 3 05:30 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Not so, Mr Findlay. If implemented, it would be a draw down on your
    savings (more taxes) and less funds available for your private use.

    This article is about redistribution and the losers would be productive
    people like you and I.
    Sep 3 05:18 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Piketty's Envy Problem [View article]
    Locutuss, how would you use compassion; kindness; and generosity
    to tax producers?

    This what Statist Atheist do best when given a question, deflect, reject, and
    not address the query..

    I quite understand your predicament, as you have no honest reply.
    Sep 2 08:28 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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