Robbing Peter to Pay Paul
2012/01/29 Leave a Comment
Are you familiar with the old saying “You are robbing Peter to pay Paul”? In America we have perfected that saying, because in America, we rob Peter to pay Paul. Then we rob Paul to pay Peter. Then we rob Peter to pay Paul again. Standing between Peter and Paul is a man called Government Bureaucrat.
Government Bureaucrat has better wages, better health benefits, and better pension plans, than either Peter or Paul.
If Peter and Paul would learn to live within their means, all the money being paid to Government Bureaucrat could be divided up between Peter and Paul which would rase the pay and benefits for both of them.
The tax deduction CashInTheHand solves this problem. The tax deduction divides up the money that government spends on social programs and gives it to the American workers. To provide the need services, the American worker can hire themselves, they can hire another person, or they can hire the government to do the work. The choice is theirs on how to spend the money and how much to spend and what to spend it on.