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Dems in Charlotte Favor Ban on Corporate Profit

publiusAH Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 9:28 PM
It is hard to believe so many defuses are allowed in one place at the same time. These pathetic peoplle are the result of poor teaching with goals that do not focus on or teach the American economic marvells of the past or recent past, like Henry Ford and Steve Jobs. It all just sounds like a Convention of Clowns.
RHSimard Wrote: Sep 09, 2012 1:02 AM
Setting aside the woeful state of public education for a moment, students are supposed to master certain basics of math, English, history, civics and geography, or at least, they did the last time I checked. That fundamental curriculum should include the basics of economics and business. Students should learn what individual proprietorships, partnerships, cooperatives and corporations are, what profits and dividends are, and the essentials of income and capital-gains taxes.

Do Democrats favor banning corporate profits? Noted author and economist Peter Schiff went to the Democratic National Convention to find out. 

In an extensive range of interviews with delegates and attendees at the Democratic National Convention, radio show host and free-market economist Peter Schiff found a number of people who actually support the idea. Posing as an anti-business crusader, Peter spoke to a wide range of DNC attendees who support adding a plank to the Democratic platform that would explicitly outlaw or cap profitability. 

Considering the widening partisan gap between the two major parties, it is particularly alarming to note the Democrats'...