Date: Sun 17 Nov 2002 - 03:01:50 GMT
> At 07:59 PM 16/11/02 -0600, you wrote:
> >The folks that earns, or buys, has. But they can only make money off
> > what they have by selling, i.e. distributing, what they have, which
> >is why capitalistic economies are best for both rich and not-so-rich.
> > The fatal problem with Communism was the lack of incentive to
> >strive and excel, because one would not be allowed to enjoy
> >disproportionate fruits of disproportionate effort and creativity.
> >The goose that is perpetually stripped of its golden eggs stops
> >laying them.
> Thanks for your views on this matter Joe, but I wasn't suggesting
> Communism as an alternative. Y'r not related to Mr McCarthy are you
> Joe? Jeremy
No, I am a second cousin of Morris Dees, who runs the Southern Poverty Law Center that sued the KKK and the Christian Identity movements out of all their assets. I am a social liberal (which the republicans aren't), a fiscal conservative (which neither side is), and a foreign policy realist (which either side who wishes to be elected in this country in the forseeable future will have to be). Now make a snide comment on that! BTW: what alternative WERE you suggesting, if any? Or were you just being an anarchist Turgenevian Bazarov, who wished to tear everything down without the slightest idea or care what would be rebuilt in its place?
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