It's meant to be thought provoking for the religious conservatives that seeming has no issue with a wealthy-centric tax deferment.Duane in Bakersfield said:SPF, are you intentionally trying to be offensive with your signature picture?
I didn't know that simply posing the question was such an issue.Duane in Bakersfield said:I thought you might have a little more class than that
Someone has to pay off the debt-no free rides.Duane in Bakersfield said:if you're not a believer and are a democrat (who love higher taxes).
But if Jesus were to cut taxes, which group would he do it on?Duane in Bakersfield said:To answer the question posed, it would be neither. The bible teaches 10 percent from everybody, rich or poor.
Most likely he'd cut taxes for everybody. He was never a person to confiscate from the rich to give to the poor. He gave us all free will to give on our own without being forced and without everybody knowing about it. Don't confuse Jesus with Robin Hood.SPF 0 said:But if Jesus were to cut taxes, which group would he do it on?
If the atheist liberals weren't so intent on the redistribution of wealth of those who will work, tax deferment wouldn't be an issue to begin with, and there wouldn't be any 'free rides' for anybody, including the welfare classes. The 'issue' is the intentional demeaning of another's faith. That's what I meant by you being classless.It's meant to be thought provoking for the religious conservatives that seeming (sic) has no issue with a wealthy-centric tax deferment.
Someone has to pay off the debt-no free rides.
I didn't know that simply posing the question was such an issue.