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Is There an Answer?

RJBJr Wrote: Jul 23, 2013 7:40 AM
Dear Bill, Good news. There are solutions! But they are not the conservative answers from the 20th century. They are not the Keynsian and socialist answers this administration. There's a third way - one that fits the realities of this century.
eddie again Wrote: Jul 23, 2013 11:45 AM
thanks for providing such an astute and informative post.

sadly, it offers nothing but words of hope even though it claims there are solutions.

what kind of person would keep desperately needed solutions to themselves?
RJBJr Wrote: Jul 23, 2013 1:20 PM
I'm someone who is unwilling to give away a valuable product for free. Do you know a car compny that gives away cars for free? Does Apple give away Ipads for free? Does your doctor treat you for free?

I believe everyone should be paid fair value for their ideas, services and products.

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