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Is The Sanders Tax is A Good Thing?
The Sanders Tax is a good thing.
It makes no sense to hire a worker and require that they receive government assistance to live.
Private companies and corporations should not be propped up with public money.
The burden would be lifted from taxpayers allowing more funds for other public services.
Workers can live securely knowing they are able to take care of themselves and their families.
Healthier, happier workers could mean more productivity and potentially profits for the employer.
The cost of administering this from the governmental perspective would be staggering.
Companies would be inclined to rather leave the country with such a tax.
Companies are not responsible for every factor that leads someone to need governmental support.
There should be no reliance on public money at all. If these workers cannot afford the cost of living, they should find other jobs.
Companies would pass the new costs along to customers causing inflation.
Forcing companies to pay extra for public services or wages would result in increased adoption of automation and unemployment.
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