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That's all you liberal progressive commies cry about. This is America, founded on capitalism, if you love socialism so much have the balls to do something about it and move to one of those European Countries. If you're not willing to live under our system either stfu or move there. Nobody is forcing you to stay here.

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All one need do is look.

 

Hey moonbat, Germany has for years been moving toward Free Market Capitalism, cutting taxes and regulations.

 

As have Sweden, Canada, Eastern Europe, etc. etc.

 

The US has been moving toward Socialism.

 

As have Spain, Greece, Italy, France, etc. etc.

 

Which group is doing better?

 

How can you moonbats be so utterly clueless? :blink:

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we found out capitalism was a failure in 2008. There was ample evidence of it before that, but in 2008, as the Bush-policy inertia caught up, with his elimination of regulation on banks and insurance, his giving a trillion dollar tax holiday to the rich, and his 2 wars which he printed vast amts of money to fund...it all came home to roost.

bush/greenskum let the capitalists "regulate themselves" and they did what capitalists always do...defecate in their own nests while scrambling for a fast buck.

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All one need do is look.

 

You need to look. In case you haven't been paying attention, the economic policies of this administration are much more socialist than capitalist. The government owned General Motors, and bailed out the unions (read: Democrat voters), while screwing the secured bond holders. It doesn't get much more socialist than that. There was Bush's TARP, the Stimulus, QE 123, and don't forget Obamacare - the groundbreaking piece of legislation that says it's perfectly okay for the government to "tax" you for not doing something, in this case purchasing health insurance. All of the legislation I've just named have massive impacts on the economy, and none of them have anything even remotely to do with capitalism. The government gets involved in the market, against every free market capitalist principle, and things go wrong, so they blame capitalism and then say we need more government involvement - the very thing that led to the problem. It's a vicious circle, like a snake eating itself. It's unsustainable.

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Capitalism didnt fail, the American people failed to keep an eye on the Government and ensure that they do the right thing when it came to protecting Americans from any failure or problem brought on by Capitalism. Its the Governments job to work FOR the American people and to protect our way of life. Lately its been more about what Americans can do for those who are in Government, how much money we can give them, what freedoms should be taken away, what Constitutional rights can be stolen from the American people meanwhile giving less and less back to the people.

 

Capitalism didnt fail, the Government failed to do the right thing and the American people failed to keep control of our Government.

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Capitalism didnt fail, the American people failed to keep an eye on the Government and ensure that they do the right thing when it came to protecting Americans from any failure or problem brought on by Capitalism. Its the Governments job to work FOR the American people and to protect our way of life. Lately its been more about what Americans can do for those who are in Government, how much money we can give them, what freedoms should be taken away, what Constitutional rights can be stolen from the American people meanwhile giving less and less back to the people.

 

Capitalism didnt fail, the Government failed to do the right thing and the American people failed to keep control of our Government.

 

Kinda difficult to tell the govt what to do when you can't assemble and protest. Election fraud and manipulation also makes things tough. for decades now, you have to get a permit or no protest, and since daley, those permits are hard to get, then if you're allowed you're channelized and restricted to protesting so far from the object of your displeasure that they need a telescope to see you, let alone HEAR you.

This doesn't even include the tendency to harass and intimidate thru police investigations any group that plans protests, along with the hordes of provacateurs the police send in to initiate violence and vandalism in order to discredit the protestors and legitimize police action.

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we found out capitalism was a failure in 2008. There was ample evidence of it before that, but in 2008, as the Bush-policy inertia caught up, with his elimination of regulation on banks and insurance, his giving a trillion dollar tax holiday to the rich, and his 2 wars which he printed vast amts of money to fund...it all came home to roost.

bush/greenskum let the capitalists "regulate themselves" and they did what capitalists always do...defecate in their own nests while scrambling for a fast buck.

 

 

Your high school education doesn't qualifiy for you to speak about anything...Your whole life has been nothing but failure and you want to lecture the rest of us on capitalism? shut up gay boy.

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Your high school education doesn't qualifiy for you to speak about anything...Your whole life has been nothing but failure and you want to lecture the rest of us on capitalism? shut up gay boy.

 

 

You do realize that Clint Eastwood is a flaming gay? Well known in Hollywood. I guess you're identifying with that.

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It's such a HUGE failure every modern economy is run off it...... :lol::lol: :lol: :lol: Including all of "socialist" Europe......

 

Poor Shintao and his FAILED talking points memes.

 

I DO like Shittao Mushroom's antique unemployment graphs for the U.S. that end...conveniently I'm sure, in 2010!

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Hey moonbat, Germany has for years been moving toward Free Market Capitalism, cutting taxes and regulations.

 

As have Sweden, Canada, Eastern Europe, etc. etc.

 

The US has been moving toward Socialism.

 

As have Spain, Greece, Italy, France, etc. etc.

 

Which group is doing better?

 

How can you moonbats be so utterly clueless? :blink:

 

Amen, Amen and AAAmen

 

The nations moving toward Capitalism (Germany) are doing good and the nations moving toward Socialism (US) are doing poorly.

 

That would imply Capitalism is better than Socialism.

 

we found out capitalism was a failure in 2008. There was ample evidence of it before that, but in 2008, as the Bush-policy inertia caught up, with his elimination of regulation on banks and insurance, his giving a trillion dollar tax holiday to the rich, and his 2 wars which he printed vast amts of money to fund...it all came home to roost.

bush/greenskum let the capitalists "regulate themselves" and they did what capitalists always do...defecate in their own nests while scrambling for a fast buck.

 

Either that, or it was the Community Reinvestment Act, a Socialisitc programs by Democrats, that forced banks to make sub prime loans.

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Amen, Amen and AAAmen

 

The nations moving toward Capitalism (Germany) are doing good and the nations moving toward Socialism (US) are doing poorly.

 

That would imply Capitalism is better than Socialism.

 

That obvious reality doesn't fit into liberals' demented minds.

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All one need do is look.

 

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A look at your graphs shows that the housing boom going bust started the rising unemployment. That was caused by a socialist program of the Democrats. In the first year of Clinton Acorn lobbied congress to modify CRA in order to force the banks to give more bad loans. Congress implemented the following changes in CRA and other banking laws.

1. no down payment - this was previously a big block in getting CRA loans

2. all poor not just black poor

3. low starting ARM

4. no principle for years

5. no credit check for the poor

 

HUD previously and still gave banks grades on making enough of these loans. If they failed they were punished by curtailing what the bank was allowed to do in expanding their business as well as other punishments.

 

This sounds like socialism to me!!!!!! The government forcing banks to allow poor to move into new or used houses with no investment of their own. If you look at a graph of the housing boom you will see it takes off when those laws took effect. The Boom started going bust when the poor could not make the payments when the ARM interest went up along with the payments on the principle started. Both usually at the same time. When regulators testified before Congress they were vilified by the rabid Democrats. They hurled vile accusations at the regulators. Maxine Waters, Barney Frank, etc. Frank claimed that there was nothing wrong with Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac. So who was right about the the issue?? Frank was claiming he never said it even when presented with youtube videos.

 

Democrat created recession and tried to use the socialist stimulus and continued massive spending with over a trillion a year in deficit. Most of that socialist spending. Therefore your graph demonstrates the failure of socialist programs.

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