Lets get some anti-automation legislation up in here!

The automation needs to hit their MARR for them to implement it. Otherwise, humans will continue having to do these dehumanizing jobs. Putting a tax on automation will prevent automation and we will, on the whole, be worse off. Andrew Yang was and is a fool. Being right about us needing UBI was just a broken clock being right once in a while.

State governments need to stop punting to private businesses to handle meeting the needs of their citizens. We need to stop building complex, exploitable financial systems to support people. Complexity is inherently regressive.

The state's job is to ensure the basic needs of its citizens are met. If private businesses are unable to recruit employees without the weaponized threat of starvation, then those private businesses can go away.

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