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4,639
Score
4.31 / 5.00

Date
10/29/2010
Category
Illustration
File Info
900 x 400 px
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81.5 kb
Tags
money
politics
doom
change

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Author Comments

I'm not too political ... but I'm growing more and more fed up.

It's not a well drawn comic ... it was really just an idea I felt I needed to materialize.

Reviews


ElzamoElzamo

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 31, 2011

LOL

It made me smirk, and people, do't take it so seriously (like the guy below me)



Monkey-From-HELMonkey-From-HEL

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jan 27, 2011

Picture is nice.

But the message is ill conceived.
When you spend money it doesn't go away, it goes to someone else, and that person then spends it, and it ends up in someone else's pocket.
Taxes help the economy by supplying funds to necessary projects and public services, such as roads, police, fire and rescue, parks, water, and other things.
And the people paid to provide these services spend that money at various places, including in all likelihood the place you work at, therefore allowing your employer to pay your salary.
All in all, money never disappears via spending, even through taxes, and the services supplied by taxation help support the groundwork of which our economy is built.
Political or economic change requires a great deal of financial investment, requiring higher taxes and spending. Therefore yes, spending = change.



MEANDNOONEELSEMEANDNOONEELSE

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Oct 29, 2010

Hmm...

I can´t really put my finger on anything. It´s just that the picture talks in its won way. Somehow deep, but nice =)