I see my Socialism analogy hit a big hot button. It's common sense.
There was once an evil capitalist named Steve who loved to wear a top hat, sweater vest and used a cane. Steve was the baron of a big company that produced widgets. Steve happened to have the only factory in the entire town of Doltsville and almost the entire town worked for him. Because there were no other factories to compete Steve paid his workers very terribly, only minimum wage. These workers had to stay long hours and had very poor working conditions. Steve had found corrupt people in OSHA to pay off so they overlooked the poor working conditions. And since everyone in the town relied on Steve's factory to make a living no one said boo about it.
So these workers became poorer and poorer as Steve bought the rest of the businesses in town and started rasing the price of everything. While Steve got fatter and fatter...
This story while not true, is an apt example of why Capitalism is so evil...
I thought it was goign to point out the stupidity of your post...but I'll have to lean you being more retarded than actually being disingenious...Originally Posted by MintJulep
can you provide some evidence of that besides a made up story?Originally Posted by MintJulep
Unspeakably moronic. In summary, "DRRRR... BECAS OF DA CAPITALST GREED EVIL TOO MUCH MONEY ME WANT TOO. MONOPLY = CAPITLSM"
Originally Posted by Independent Harry
Those people were pretty dumb to work there. Corrupt government agencies like OSHA a re a great example of how government regulation doesn't work and crates system that is anything but free or fair.
That's crony capitalism, drooler. A government problem.Originally Posted by Independent Harry
Oh, get off it. Any student of history knows socialism eventually falls on itself because history tells us that. You want some books to read? I'd be glad to give you a list. here is a little recent history to start with.Originally Posted by Independent Harry
Ask for the list Harry. We'll have a field day with it!!!!Originally Posted by Boogie man
Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he is not;
a sense of humor to console him for what he is. Francis Bacon