- Jun 2014
- Cleveland, Ohio
It would be but its doubtful. Its more likely to keep the tax in since there probably are far fewer small traders. Wall St will whine and get their way.
O yeah. These are the most powerful, wealthiest of all people on the planet. Passing the wall street tax is maybe harder than passing universal care itself.
But that is because the problem of extreme income inequality is not a problem to the rich. If we don't curtail income inequality's growth and reverse that trend pronto, we will die of malnutrition in tent cities.
It's the most important battle of our lives.