>>3537147>Republican voters seem to think think it is okay for the billionaires to rip their asses out.
They're all future billionaires, that's why.
All their arguments start with "but if *I* put in my hard work and *I* make billions, why take *my* money blah blah". Lost in them is the irony that they'll never be billionaires, just like the hordes of other people before them that have been uttering the same arguments all the way to their (poor) deathbed.
They're rooting for the people fucking them in the ass, in the hopes that someday they themselves will be doing the fucking. That's quite the cυck mentality, and checks out with US's general fascination with cυck porn.
The argument is flawed on a logical level too, by sneaking in the fallacy of "I" and "my" money.
It's the current financial and legal system that allows immense concentration of wealth through a pareto distribution where the winner/first takes it (almost) all. In a fairer system, that wealth wouldn't be "theirs" to begin with so the argument - why give it back since it's mine - is totally moot.>>3537149>what needs to be solved are all the loopholes that allow corporations to shed their tax liability.