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[QUOTE]Originally posted by glassman: [QB] [QUOTE]Originally posted by CashCowMoo: [qb]What are these "rights to organize" they talk about? [/qb][/QUOTE]duh! we've been over this so many times already that i have to assume you just don't want to know the answer. [b]First Amendment Amendment I Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.[/b] any interpretation of the Constitution that denies the right to organise is simply apowergrab bought and paid for by the lobbyists. all of the "right to work states" have been bought and paid for by big biz. everyone has the right to organise and petition the Govt. the buisnesses have the right to shut down and go elsewhere. the Govt. does not have the right to subsidise all these businesses that they have been subsidizing since George Washington led a bunch of conscripts to put down the Whiskey rebellion... [b]Small farmers protested that Hamilton's excise effectively gave unfair tax breaks to large distillers, most of whom were based in the east. There were two methods of paying the whiskey excise: paying a flat fee or paying by the gallon. Large distillers produced whiskey in volume and could afford the flat fee. The more efficient they became, the less tax per gallon they would pay (as low as 6 cents according to Hamilton). Western farmers who owned small stills did not usually operate them year-round at full capacity, so they ended up paying a higher tax per gallon (9 cents), which made them less competitive.[/b] and lo and behold who is the largest distiller in the USA within a few years of putting down the rebellion? George Washington Himself! ain't this a great nation? ;) [/QB][/QUOTE]
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