We werenít talking about the one percent. We were talking about socialism and your misbelief that school funding is the controlling factor in student achievement. For both of these subjects, you just ran your mouth, cited no facts, and, unlike you, I backed up my assertions with facts and made you look like the complete idiot you are (Youíre probably an idiot because you are an anecdotal, whatever that means). Given your poor showing on both these subjects, I certainly understand why youíd like to re-write history and now pretend we were talking specifically about the 1% all along.<quoted text>
The top one percent controls far, far more of the wealth and income in the US than the top one percent does in the EU.
Now, if you want to switch and talk specifically about the 1%, I agree that they should be taxed more. We can do that without implementation of a European type socialist system, where not only do the likes of Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and the Koch brothers, get the shyte taxed out of them, but nearly everyone does, which is what I have been arguing against.