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And if you that smart, any career other career will do.
I think I found your problem right there.
Normal Charter sucks.
I never said the hummer was more cost effective than a Prius, so thanks for that completely unrelated article linking to a clearly skewed site. If you got an axe to grind, you are doing it with the wrong guy.
Yet somehow, to Randian Republicans, requiring more money to insure the increasing wealth of the wealthy than the constant wealth of the poor is a bad thing if it's done by taxes.
You're right. I'm not sure anyone thought of that. Also, you might want to have your head examined. Its like you had five ideas and face rolled your keyboard to put them down.
Also, check your facts: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S...
Not to mention, where does the government get off on telling people what to do in their own automobile? This coming from a constant seat belt wearer. Regulations telling people what to do to protect themselves from themselves is always a bad slippery slope. Just saying, that's a bad example.
Managing anything is not the governments strong suit. Name one abundantly successful regulatory agency.
You are inferring causation where there is none, and it seems to be based on your predisposition to dislike people with money.
Foremost, amoralism is systemic to the human condition. Rich people, poor people average people, all have the capacity for moral and immoral acts.
Secondly, ethics is always based on what someone else deems as right and wrong. Ethics is the code of conduct between one person and everyone else. Even if you decided what was right and wrong, the rest of the world would be subject to the right and wrong decided by someone else. It is a group effort.
Lastly, classical ethics for the most part was created by the rich and powerful. But that is because they were the educated, not because they were trying to take over the world. The uneducated, even today, don't sit around thinking about the fundamentals of ethical theory.