No on 67 (PART 2) By Don Welch Continued from Earlier Post
On a final, closing, note. We've reached a point in our culture where we consume more than we produce. A society like this creates a lack of jobs and severly uneven distribution of wealth. This is America, everyone has the possibility of living a fruitful and prosperous life. But we are soon reaching a place where those without will want those that "Have" to pay for the rest of us to have a decent life. That right is already before us and all we have to do is to go out and make it so. Don't expect your government to pay for your life, don't expect your neighbor to pay for your life, you need to secure your finanical future. In caution, the more we tax businesses and the wealthy, the sooner we reach a point of stagnation and decline in business development because why should someone work hard to make a business if they simply have to give all their earnings over to everyone else? When that happens, there will be no more jobs and no more state revenues. So in order to avoid a slide through communisum on our way to anarchy, lets get real about finding fairer ways to earn money for our much needed schools and infrastructure.
Please contact me with your rebuttle, input, and join me in reforming our economy in Oregon, and hopfully in are Nation as well!
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