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Socialist or Fascist

J'Owen Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 11:37 PM
Don't make the mistake thinking Obama wants our economy to grow. He can't make his "fundamental transformation" to a Socialist/Communist system if our businesses grow, because they would have their own money to pay us workers. They must fail in order for the state to step in with bail out money. The giving and withholding of bailout money to both businesses and individuals is, in effect, controlling our freedoms. For example, we are free to eat, if the state has given us enough money to buy food. While this isn't the state actually owning "the means of production" and "private property" (the two hallmarks of Socialism and Communism) it is the state controlling the means of production and private property, thus controlling our freedoms.
Don't make the mistake thinking Obama wants our economy to grow. He can't make his "fundamental transformation" to a Socialist/Communist system if our businesses grow, because they would have their own money to pay us workers. They must fail in order for the state to step in with bail out money. The giving and withholding of bailout money to both businesses and individuals is, in effect, controlling our freedoms. For example, we are free to eat, if the state has given us enough money to buy food. While this isn't the state actually owning "the means of production" and "private property" (the two hallmarks of Socialism and Communism) it is the state controlling the means of production and private property, thus controlling our freedoms.
Don't make the mistake thinking Obama wants our economy to grow. He can't make his "fundamental transformation" to a Socialist/Communist system if our businesses grow, because they would have their own money to pay us workers. They must fail in order for the state to step in with bail out money. The giving and withholding of bailout money to both businesses and individuals is, in effect, controlling our freedoms. For example, we are free to eat, if the state has given us enough money to buy food. While this isn't the state actually owning "the means of production" and "private property" (the two hallmarks of Socialism and Communism) it is the state controlling the means of production and private property, thus controlling our freedoms.
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Which Obama Gaffe Is Worse?

J'Owen Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 4:50 PM
Don't make the mistake thinking Obama wants our economy to grow. He can't make his "fundamental transformation" to a Socialist/Communist system if our businesses grow, because they would have their own money to pay us workers. They must fail in order for the state to step in with bail out money. The giving and withholding of bailout money to both businesses and individuals is, in effect, controlling our freedoms. For example, we are free to eat, if the state has given us enough money to buy food. While this isn't the state actually owning "the means of production" and "private property" (the two hallmarks of Socialism and Communism) it is the state controlling the means of production and private property, thus controlling our freedoms.
I would like to see your source for facts. As far as I know when Romney became governor of Massachusettes, there was a $1.5 Bil deficit. When he left, the budget was balance even with the state's universal health care. As a "management consultant" in the business industry, Romney had to become an efficiency expert. He would necessarily have to know about economics, finances, workforce optimization, etc... One can only hope he becomes our next Chief Executive, and eliminates every ounce of waste the executive branch has accumulated in its rotten bowels over the years. He can start with the EPA if I had my choice. One thing is for sure. If he doesn't, it won't be from a lack of knowing what to do.
Don't make the mistake thinking Obama wants our economy to grow. He can't make his "fundamental transformation" to a Socialist/Communist system if our businesses grow, because they would have their own money to pay us workers. They must fail in order for the state to step in with bail out money. The giving and withholding of bailout money to both businesses and individuals is, in effect, controlling our freedoms. For example, we are free to eat, if the state has given us enough money to buy food. While this isn't the state actually owning "the means of production" and "private property" (the two hallmarks of Socialism and Communism) it is the state controlling the means of production and private property, thus controlling our freedoms.
When Bush left office the national debt was roughly $10 Tril. It is now at $14.7 Tril. Obama has spent $4.7 Tril. Or did Bush take a White House credit card with him and charge $4.7 Tril to it? Are you really trying to float the idea that Bush ran up all these charges, and Obama is just sitting there watch the bills come due? You are truly one of Obama's "useful idiots".
As a "management consultant" in the business industry, Romney had to become an efficiency expert. He would necessarily have to know about economics, finances, workforce opimization, etc... One can only hope he becomes our next Chief Executive, and eliminates every ounch of waste the executive branch has accumulated in its rotton bowels over the years. He can start with the EPA if I had my choice. One thing is for sure. If he doesn't, it won't be from a lack of knowing what to do.
No! No! No! Your going to give your plan away if you keep making those Freudian Slips. You see folks, in Communism the "private sector" does not exist. Nobody owns private property. The state owns it all. So when Obama says the "private sector is doing fine", he's saying don't worry we will all be reduced to the same out of work, apathetic, lower class shortly. Although he jumped the gun a little, the "private sector" will not factor into the real economy when he and his Communist minions get done with the "fundamental transformation" of America. In his real economy, the only notable sector will be that of the upper bourgeois political class, and everyone else will be assigned to the insignificant proletariat class.
Don't make the mistake thinking he actually wants our economy to grow. He can't make his "fundamental transformation" to a Socialist/Communist system if our businesses grow, because they would have their own money to pay us workers. They must fail in order for the state to step in with bail out money. The giving and withholding of bailout money to both businesses and individuals is, in effect, controlling our freedoms. For example, we are free to eat, if the state has given us enough money to buy food. While this isn't the state actually owning "the means of production" and "private property" (the two hallmarks of Socialism and Communism) it is the state controlling the means of production and private property, thus controlling our freedoms
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