Tyyr wrote:Tsuki, seriously explain to me how people are getting screwed?
Tyyr wrote:If I had to choose between betting on you putting me out of a job in the next decade or buying a lottery ticket I'll buy the lottery ticket because it actually has a chance of paying out.
Mikey wrote:One has nothing to do with the other. Subsidizing or not subsidizing any particular program won't change the amount of pork belly in the budget. If you want to advocate federally-funded utilities, then go right ahead (although I wouldn't envy you the task of delineating exactly how that's feasible.) However, we haven't broached that subject; and in the absence of that, there's really no way I can tell that it can make philosophical or fiscal sense to do what you propose.
Tsukiyumi wrote:Taxing millionaires to pay 2-300 dollar energy bills the average people get smashed with would mitigate the problem somewhat.
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