atlasClinton unveils hate-based tax proposal, inspired by the villain in ‘Atlas Shrugged’

Hillary Clinton’s latest tax proposal is inspired by the villain in ‘Atlas Shrugged’ written by esteemed American philosopher, Ayn Rand.

Atlas Shrugged is a fictional illustration of hate-based totalitarianism, and Hillary is using that idea to target financially successful Americans.

At a campaign stop in Waterloo, Iowa, Clinton unveiled her proposed tax penalty on the ‘wealthy and corporations’.

“Hillary Clinton called Monday for a 4 percent ‘surcharge’ on Americans making more than $5 million annually, the first of several proposals she plans to unveil this week aimed at ensuring the wealthy pay a higher effective tax rate than the middle class,” Bloomberg News reports.

“Right now we’re behind and we have to get the wealthy and the corporations to pay their fair share,” Clinton screeched.

Hillary is calling her proposal – and this is not a joke – the “Fair Share Surcharge”.
Coincidentally, in Atlas Shrugged, “Mr. Thompson” is a totalitarian president who vilifies the nation’s rich by imposing a “Fair Share Law” forcing them to hand over their wealth to the government.

Clinton continued to rail, “Instead, let’s make sure the rich pay their fair share. That’s what my proposal would do. It would let us to make the investments we need to create more good-paying jobs and make college more affordable. That’s what American families need – not another giveaway to the super wealthy.”

Recently, a similar tax was imposed in France by its Socialist president, Francois Hollande.

The fictional “Fair Share Law” also forced all companies to turn their patents over to the government as retribution.

Just days ago, Clinton also proposed seizing the patents of companies who relocate their headquarters so as to avoid paying tax penalties.

The Hill reports:

“We have major corporations in this country–GE, Apple, many others–that are salting money away offshore. Can’t we use their patents as leverage to make them pay their taxes?” an attendee asked Clinton.

“Yes, we can and we will,” Clinton responded

In Atlas Shrugged, Rand writes, “Let me give you a tip on a clue to men’s characters: the man who damns money has obtained it dishonorably; the man who respects it has earned it”.

Perhaps she saw Clinton and the Clinton Foundation coming.