Profile overview for WentRightOverMyHead.
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This user has so far shared a total of 1 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 31 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 11 and downvoted 2 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 35 and downvoted 11 comments.

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3 highest rated comments:

This Man's Patent Could Be The One To Destroy Monsanto- Make This Go Viral To Change The World submitted by AaronSwartzrolling to news

WentRightOverMyHead 6 points 22 points (+28|-6) ago

I'm getting there! Only 85 more CCP to go and I'll downvoat articles like this so hard it'll be clicking its own bait.

Edit: 65 more.

Everyone after using Windows 10 for a day submitted by PlasmaDistortion to gifs

WentRightOverMyHead 0 points 20 points (+20|-0) ago

What a great opportunity for this classic:

Kansas moves to implement $25 ATM withdrawal limit for welfare recipients submitted by Angry_fapkin to news

WentRightOverMyHead 8 points 15 points (+23|-8) ago

We are ALL on welfare, essentially. The poor get SNAP, the unemployed get unemployment, homeowners get tax write offs, the wealthiest get to send their money to the Caymans for tax free earnings. Why do we feel the need to let the rest of our country decide how the low income earners spend theirs? Shouldn't we also dictate how the rich spend all of their tax breaks? Or unemployment money? Let's stop acting like being on SNAP means you don't know how to care for your family or that you waste it on booze. It's insulting.

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TIL that in 1999 Donald Trump proposed a one-time tax on the rich that would "wipe out the national debt, grant the middle class tax cuts, and keep social security afloat". submitted by cwt to TIL

WentRightOverMyHead 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Well, I think one might be that 16 years ago, they had no idea that $21-32 TRILLION in American wealth would be determined to be in tax shelters overseas. You can't tax that.

And not saying it's impossible, but I'd be very interested to see how they determine citizens' net worth. It's not like we know already who the top 1% are. They'd have to get financial statements from every citizen to determine this.

I think he's right to be examining this idea (which he's actually brought up again recently), but I wonder if the better solution isn't to begin laying more wealth taxes on people (i.e. no home owner tax break if your house is appraised over $xxx, passing an estate tax). It's going to look "un-American" and "anti-business," but i think we're going to have to be strongly taxing the wealthy to undo the damage that decades of unfair tax breaks have caused to our economy. The wealth gap needs to be tighter -- that's when our economy is strongest.

Active shooter reported at Tennessee movie theater submitted by Leinhart to news

WentRightOverMyHead 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

We need a news outlet to stand up and say they are not going to name gunmen anymore or show pictures. It's not like it's unheard of; the media made a collective decision to not air names of underage criminals and victims, or sexual victims. Also, no revealing victim names before next of kin has been notified. Doesn't seem too crazy for us to start demanding this as a society.

RED! PRESSURE WASH! submitted by Calza to funny

WentRightOverMyHead 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

It was actually both. I watched the gif a 4th time though and realized that the "RED" and "PRESSURE WASH" were actual graffiti and not text laid over the video.