[QUOTE=bandwagon;2848279]Nobel prize winner, predicted the consequences of Bush economic policies, expert in depression economics, and warned of the housing bubble when everyone called it a great market.[/QUOTE]
I don't believe in Keynesian economics. The government can't create wealth, it can only distribute other people's wealth into a less efficient location.
[QUOTE=BrooklynBound;2850096]Yes, just in different amounts.[/QUOTE]
I suppose I agree with that lol. My question is a serious one, though--just very badly asked.
The gist of my initial question was whether all tax policies are the same. Do you support a 0% income tax (no tax), a flat tax, a progressive tax... ? In other words, if all policies result in a redistribution to "less efficient locations," which policy minimizes that inefficient redistribution?