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Any manmade system can be gamed and manipulated by one group to take advantage of another, and that is exactly what is happening to the money systems all around the world.
Its sad that Americans are such cowards that they can't stand up to this kind of greedy business practice.
The Right loves to bring up the famous Margaret Thatcher quote "The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money." It's a valid point for sure, but there's a similar quote, also very insightful, that you won't ever hear the right mention. It goes --- "The trouble with socialism IS socialism, but the trouble with capitalism is CAPITALISTS." In order for capitalism to work for everyone, the capitalists that are reaping the biggest benefits need to be MORAL, altruistic people. Some are, but in my opinion, alot aren't. Greed seems to have taken over. If the right wants any credibility with me they better start mentioning the immorality of some super rich individuals and corporations who seem to be insatiable. They've got lobbyists at their side rigging the game, hiding money offshore to avoid taxation, stealing the working stiffs pension fund money, taking away his benefits, and sending American jobs overseas, all while claiming to be job creators! I'm watching the "Forbes Magazine 400" list of billionaires get longer and wealthier each year while my working class butt slips backwards.
we let illegal's in they do roofing, dry walling, and pretty much the whole house and they work for much less money, this used to be good paying jobs for American people, contractors are getting rich and American workers are on unemployment, this is your wealth gap
Unions are not all bad. There was a reason they were formed and that reason has not totally gone away. OSHA helped with some of the issues, but the Republicans would get rid of OSHA. Unions just got out of hand, but they do a necessary service for safety, etc. in the workplace. Now you are going to tell us that the businessmen are no longer greedy and will consider their employee's as top priority? Really?
Many are not at all surprised to see the United States on this list.
Beware of the rich man that says that they want to redistribute wealth. What they really want is to redistribute power into their hands which is way more important and harder to gain than wealth.
The man that holds control of the means to gain and hold wealth is more dangerous than the man that gains controls the actual wealth.
Democratic leadership, I'm looking straight at you.
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