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- Sep 20, 2018
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But if Congress wanted to restrict access to the programme to particular types of non-profit organisation, or to corporations who pay in tax more than certain percentage of their turnover, or to make access to the loans dependent on some other criteria, then it was open to it so to do, surely?Tax status. It's the same reason people bitch about corporations who've applied for a PPP loan - legally - but are known to pay little to no taxes.
Benefitting from a system they don't pay into. Is it OK that some of us don't happen to like that?
Certainly it's reasonable to criticise legislators for passing ill-thought-out or badly-drafted legislation, which may well have happened in this case, but if the legislature passes a particular law that entitles organisations to financial assistance, I don't see how it's fair to criticise organisations simply because they successfully apply for assistance to which the legislature, through a law it's very recently passed, says they're entitled.