From: "Lee Corbin" <email@example.com>
>There are a number of libertarians, like Daniel Ust and Brian
>Williams, who claim that it is absolutely morally wrong for
>governments to forcibly take money from citizens. Rafal Smigrodski
>put it this way:
While essentially a social libertarian, I wouldn't have a big
problem with paying taxes if they were fair and equitable.
I think a flat tax of say 10% sounds good, but that means everyone
pays 10% and I do mean everyone who works. You could "allow" good
citizens to pay extra for specific programs, like say I decided the
space program gets an extra 1% and maybe defense.
I think it's a serious social problem that many citizens quite
literally have nothing "invested" in this country.
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