No snakey32, I wasn't mocking you at all. IMO, the vast majority of investment advisers posses sophisticated minds and are adept at strategic thinking. I merely stated by contrast that I'm just a lowly licensed and bonded tax preparer.
As for some proof that Republicans seek to eliminate capital gains tax look no further than the Contract With America.
As to the capital gains being treated as ordinary income for tax purposes, should capital gains taxes be eliminated, I'm amazed that a so-called investment adviser fails to understand the definition of income for tax purposes, which is THE MOST rudimentary of all investment considerations; i.e. How is this investment treated for tax purposes?