Well, Chris, since you decided to respond then block me, I can’t read anything past the above elipsis.
What I’m tired of here are these shibboleths. I provide data contradicting your narratives, you respond with some appeal to the complexity of the matter, which reroutes the discussion into another direction.
So yes, I agree. Putting aside for a moment that a wealth tax is very possibly unconstitutional, if you want to toss out 220 years of US business and tax law, the idea that liberty in its most fundamental sense means that I can have personal property that’s not the government’s, and basically re-architect the entire economy, hoping like hell all the while that our businesses and industrialists don’t reroute possessions, investments, and business activities overseas to avoid what they undoubtedly would consider to be an egregious violation of all existing norms of property rights, then sure, you can grab a load of money from them and pay for whatever the hell you want with it until you run out of it, then sure. Have at it.
Good luck with it.