The following question is so simple that it consistently baffles the Democrats and many Republicans: If you punish work (by taxing employment and income) and reward non-work, what do you think is going to happen?
If you punish employers for employing people (various employment taxes, mandates, arcane list of civil rights and wrongs, mandatory minimum wages), what do you think is going to happen to employment, especially in tough times?
I have been saying this over and over. Today, there is a similar article in the Wall Street Journal.
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