If we allow a tax on cigarettes in order to discourage smoking, why do we allow a increased tax on successful people? Is it to discourage success?
To follow through the logic of disincetitive taxation correctly, shouldn't we tax the poor more than the rich? Don't we want to discourage poverty?
Or... and I know it sounds crazy but... we could just leave each other alone.
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