Comment: when government imposes taxes

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when government imposes taxes

sooner or later they tax one person more than another. Now a product is cheaper not because someone makes it better or more efficiently but because the government gives them an advantage in the market place.

For taxes not to interfere with the free market you would have to tax two people the exact same way but instantly you have both people trying to lower their taxes instead of making the best product for the best price.

What happens is pretty soon a person who already owns a business and doesnt want competition tries to keep away competition because it his competitions best interest to sell the same product at a better price or a better product at the same price. The best way for the business owner to keep away the competition is to have the government raise taxes on all new business, but call it licenses or inspections or whatever.