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Added: Mar-14-2012 Occurred On: Mar-14-2012
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  • When that woman went onto Social Security, being for retirement, immediately realized she did not have a clue what she was talking about. Social Security was never intended to be a retirement plan.

    If students in high school, would be shown this in classroom, instead of the class warfare bullshit, they'd realize that government is part of the problem, not the solution. This is why we have a retarded crowd called Occupy Wall St.

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  • We can see now that capitalism works perfectly... oh wait...

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  • Well, do you want companies that stay in business and outsource to compete with foreign companies? Or do you want less companies because they went out of business when they could no longer compete by keeping mfg'ing in the U.S.? This is a global economy because globalists want it that way. They want American companies to be noncompetitive so they can make socialism seem like a good idea. They decry American exceptionalism as arrogant and racist but allow other countries to dictate our prospe More..

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  • 40,000 factories inside the U.S. have been closed since 2000. Guys like friedman are behind moving those factories to china and they have caused our government to allow illegals into our country. Fuck Friedman

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    • @dorbie

      What Friedman did there, was basically explain why socialism does not work, plain and simple.

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    • @dorbie you said "schooled by friedman". Friedman's whole speech about factories; fuck dude, in the past 10 years rich people don't put money into american factories. Did you know that? Now they put their money into chinese factories. I can't believe you actually liked what he said. wtf?

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    • @dorbie You just said that you are for globalization. wow. You blow my mind. We have people suffering, families destroyed. Millions losing their homes. Tens of millions on food stamps. All because we don't make stuff here anymore. 40,000 factories closed in the past decade and you are for globalization. You must be kidding right? Is that really the U.S. you want to live in when it becomes a turd-world country.

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  • He said there is no paradise? That's what the Talmus says.

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  • What a load of crap. Friedman economics have become a punchline. How much on-the-job training leading to upward mobility happens in a place like China where there is no minimum wage? Zero.

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  • Capitalism works when tempered with reasonable regulation. The problem in the U.S. is that the regulations have literally choked the life out of the economy.

    I'm speaking, of course, of the regulations REQUIRING businesses to make bad business decisions. The Community Reinvestment Act being just one example. It FORCED banks to approve mortgages that they would have otherwise denied, because of pressure by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. That is where the term "NINJA Loan" originated... No More..

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