Work under capitalism is a brutal psychological gauntlet -- low pay, long hours, and little to no safety net
Stopped reading right there. Just move to someplace like Venezuela if you want to see what happens when you deny the realities of the market.
1. Our _businesses_ do pay more tax than yours.
2. It's irrelevant whether you pay more. If you paid an effective 99% rate, and we paid 95%, would you say we had no right to complain because ours was lower?
If computers take over (which seems to be their natural tendency), it will serve us right. -- Alistair Cooke