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Obviously, history is full of aristocratic, totalitarian, and other states that would preclude me from agreeing that generally.
Now you use authoritarian states as positive examples to make your point.
Wow I'm f convinced!!!
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Depends on the total pie being divided.

If the pie is big then people should be happy with a few crumbs?

Nevermind that this reality precludes them from having any say or impact in their society, great way to build a strong prosperous society.
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Deucetopia....
 

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I didn’t make a point stupid; your just slow.
Your point was a massive wealth gap is no big deal because it worked in authoritarian societies in the past.
Wow!!!!!

You are a great American.
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Your point was a massive wealth gap is no big deal because it worked in authoritarian societies in the past.
Wow!!!!!

You are a great American.
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Really, it was? I don’t think I even hinted at that. Try rereading from the beginning.
 

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Question 4 - is property important to order.

In a free society (self governing) it helps. Obviously, history is full of aristocratic, totalitarian, and other states that would preclude me from agreeing that generally.

Yea you didn't use authoritarian regimes to argue your point.
Wow a new low.
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If the pie is big then people should be happy with a few crumbs?

Nevermind that this reality precludes them from having any say or impact in their society, great way to build a strong prosperous society.
🙄🙄🙄
Deucetopia....
No, I answered your extremely imprecise rambling questions with generic answers.

You need base rates. You question was far too broad, even given the obvious rhetorical nature. However, given you failed to understand limits, thus your rhetorical point became moot.
 

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No, I answered your extremely imprecise rambling questions with generic answers.

You need base rates. You question was far too broad, even given the obvious rhetorical nature. However, given you failed to understand limits, thus your rhetorical point became moot.
Blah blah blah
I summed it up well.

Your next argument will be that they have it alot worse in Africa...
 




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Blah blah blah
I summed it up well.

Your next argument will be that they have it alot worse in Africa...
What the name of Zeus’s butthole are you talking about?

MPLSGopher used the concept of wealth gap, incorrectly. So I said so.

How does that get you here?

Your thinking that we’re arguing is fucking wierd. Your talking Pop econ and not even really stating it right.

Do you ever have conversations that arn’t assumetric?
 

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What the name of Zeus’s butthole are you talking about?

MPLSGopher used the concept of wealth gap, incorrectly. So I said so.

How does that get you here?

Your thinking that we’re arguing is fucking wierd. Your talking Pop econ and not even really stating it right.

Do you ever have conversations that arn’t assumetric?
 

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I suppose I could post something making me look like a pussy because I couldn't think of a counter-argument and had clearly lost the argument?
You still have not presented a valid argument.

All you’ve done is demonstrate you don’t fully understand a wealth gap. Or as you called it a wage gap; Not sure if you think those are interchangable.
 



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You still have not presented a valid argument.

All you’ve done is demonstrate you don’t fully understand a wealth gap. Or as you called it a wage gap; Not sure if you think those are interchangable.
Fighting for the wealth gap, you can't make it up.
 



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You still have not presented a valid argument.
Wealth gap proves that not everyone benefits from capitalism.

Now the burden is on you. You haven't even come close to explaining why that's not correct. I'll hang up and listen.
 

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Can't you already see where this dishonest, fake shit is going?

He's going to come back and say "if a homeless person is given $1 over a year, he has benefited more than zero, while a rich asshole who made $100M over that same year, also benefited more than zero".

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Wealth gap proves that not everyone benefits from capitalism.

Now the burden is on you. You haven't even come close to explaining why that's not correct. I'll hang up and listen.
Once again, wealth gap does not address that subject.

your argument fails primae facie.
It never actually addresses capitalism.

Also, Your impying wealth is some fixed number.
 

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Once again, wealth gap does not address that subject.

your argument fails primae facie.
It never actually addresses capitalism.

Also, Your impying wealth is some fixed number.
MPLS has some problems with his argument as usual.

You're right there is no fixed number. I would just argue that a massive inbalance of wealth is undemocratic and destabilizing to any free country.

Do you really believe race was the only driver of last years riots?
People with something to lose don't riot.
 

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Fixed.

Therefore, anything that is critical of anything, is the same thing as being critical of capitalism??

Do you even read the silly bowel movements that pass out of your mouth?
What I see is your socialist attempt to rewrite what I said to fit your narrative just like Orwellian thought police do.
 

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At what point is it harmful.

When the top 0.1% own 30%, 50%, 80%, 99% of the wealth and property?
Hmm?

Do you not think its beneficial for a larger percentage of the population to have something to lose in the form of wealth or property?

I think people having something to lose(ie money/property) is very important to a functioning society. Without it you will get increasing disorder and chaos from a large segment of the population with nothing to lose. Do you disagree?
This wealth gap that you are all up in arms about is happening under YOUR preferred system, of high regulations, wealth redistribution, and a welfare state.
 

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Right. But we should be full on board with the likes of Aaron Rupar, Kyle Griffin, Dan Price and of course Fifty Shades of Whey. Those folks? Not unhinged at all....

It would do wonders for your mental health if you ditched twitter for like a couple days Howard. Honestly. You should really think about it
Howie give up Twitter and miss a Mueller, She Wrote “exclusive”? Not a chance!!!!
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This wealth gap that you are all up in arms about is happening under YOUR preferred system, of high regulations, wealth redistribution, and a welfare state.
Lol, nope...
 

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Lol, nope...
No? Those aren’t policies you support? Or you don’t believe those policies exist? Of course your solution is more wealth redistribution right?
 

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Of course your solution is more wealth redistribution right?
No its not more redistribution, its the wealthy paying more in tax and reducing redistribution thru inheritance.
 


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No its not more redistribution, its the wealthy paying more in tax and reducing redistribution thru inheritance.
Hahaahahahha! No, not redistribution, redistriBUtion. Taking more of their money and giving it to others.
 

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If the pie is big then people should be happy with a few crumbs?

Nevermind that this reality precludes them from having any say or impact in their society, great way to build a strong prosperous society.
🙄🙄🙄
Deucetopia....
It’s much better to be poor in unequal America, then middle class in more “equal” Venezuela. And you have a greater say and can impact society more in America too.

What matters is opportunity to improve your station in life, to work hard and build something and achieve your dream. Only envious losers spend time worrying about how much more successful others are than them. Oh but you’re not greedy, you just want to take away the earned wealth of others. That’s your generous spirit.
 




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