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    12-24-2017, 05:37 AM
    I’d personally prefer a small consumption tax to either. Again, this assumes a small government focused solely on our national defense and ensuring our inalienable rights are protected. Income/property tax is, by far, in my opinion the worst of our government stealing schemes as it essentially means your income or property is not your own, but the governments. They either let you live in their house for a small fee, drive their car for a small fee or have some money for a small fee. Essentially relegating everyone to slaves of the government. Tariffs, while better for most, are extremely targeted taxes which hurt individual industries. It allows the government to help determine winners and losers and skews the markets. A consumption tax on the other hand treats absolutely everyone equally. It also gives everyone a choice to opt out as much as they’d like by allowing them to consume what they produce. The problem is, they don’t get to pick winners and losers so they don’t get to peddle their influence so it’ll never happen.
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