Keith, your comment isn't exactly constructive. Morons? Really?
I have laid out a series as tax reforms that are more economically efficient and progressive then the current mess.
I am gathering that you are a proponent of something akin to Modern Monetary Theory, the concept that the government, as currency issuer, can issue currency in perpetuity without needing tax "revenue." The purpose of taxation relegated primarily to restrain inflation.
I do understand this.
Before writing this, I did delve into the topic of MMT and for a while I was attracted to this concept. I no longer am.
While MMT might ease our concerns about government debt/deficit (this also holds true in Keynesian theory are well), it replaces those concerns with inflation.