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@Roxanna35 wrote:
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@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 

 I am laughing now, becaude I know for a fact that you don't have
reading comprehension issues. but simply that  your posts wants to divert and confuse the issues.
I am not going to re post what I said, so, I suggest that perhaps you were reading too quickly and didn't see what I wrote.


possibly you could clarify your meaning in, "Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives". 

 

If this is your position on this subject, I have no problem with that, It doesn't mean that it happens to be my position on this subject. You have already read my position to your thread. so why going now over it again.?




No need to go now over it - so I guess we are done.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@BigLib wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Meanwhile, any chance we can move off of "kudoes for insults" and consider any viable alternatives to capitalism??


And when are you going to accept the fact that alternatives are too black or white definitions on any economic philosophy.
Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 
Whatever you happen to believe.
I personally believe that  neither Capitalism or socialism are the economic philosophies on their own that we should follow. I believe that a mixture of those two economic philosophies are probably the more palatable solution. or explanation to your question of alternatives to capitalism.

 

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 


Where, in any of what rker posted, did you get the idea that she's "convinced there is no alternative to capitalism"??

 

That "great wisdom" must not employ much reading comprehension.

 Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 

 

Do you have anything to offer on the topic?

 


 


Is there an alternative to capitalism you'd like to try, rk?

 

 


No.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 

 I am laughing now, becaude I know for a fact that you don't have
reading comprehension issues. but simply that  your posts wants to divert and confuse the issues.
I am not going to re post what I said, so, I suggest that perhaps you were reading too quickly and didn't see what I wrote.


possibly you could clarify your meaning in, "Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives". 

 

If this is your position on this subject, I have no problem with that, It doesn't mean that it happens to be my position on this subject. You have already read my position to your thread. so why going now over it again.?



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@rk9152 wrote:

@BigLib wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Meanwhile, any chance we can move off of "kudoes for insults" and consider any viable alternatives to capitalism??


And when are you going to accept the fact that alternatives are too black or white definitions on any economic philosophy.
Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 
Whatever you happen to believe.
I personally believe that  neither Capitalism or socialism are the economic philosophies on their own that we should follow. I believe that a mixture of those two economic philosophies are probably the more palatable solution. or explanation to your question of alternatives to capitalism.

 

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 


Where, in any of what rker posted, did you get the idea that she's "convinced there is no alternative to capitalism"??

 

That "great wisdom" must not employ much reading comprehension.

 Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 

 

Do you have anything to offer on the topic?

 


 


Is there an alternative to capitalism you'd like to try, rk?

 

 

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/statements/byruling/false/ (13 pages of lies and growing)
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@rk9152, do you remember when we use to talk about Free Enterprise?  

 

Back in 1976 I opened my very first business with about $200 in my pocket and was full of desire  and energy and manufactured my own capital to grow my business and made a decent living for my wife an I.

 

i sold that business for a profit and went to work for a very large fortune 500 company and worked for them for about 5 years.  I then got the itch to go into business again.  

 

It was amazing to me how many new regulations had been put into place during that short time of about 11 years.  The one thing I noticed was that many things had been aimed at very large businesses which made it difficult for very small businesses to do and be able to compete.  

 

My wife which was my partner at that time said we no longer have Free enterprise but are seeing "Corporatisim" which she describes as big business and government in bed together writing law and regulation to benefit themselves.

 

Our bussiness did ok but was difficult to grow.  We sold it and I again went to work for a Fortune 100 company until I retired.

 

My point in this is it use to be fairly easy to start and grow a small business.  Today not so much.  I would like to see the Fed regulate without picking winners and loosers.  No business should be too big to fail.  In my opponion small business is the engine that drove America to the very top of the world.  Its where many of the best inventions have come from. 

 

 

 

 

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@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 

 I am laughing now, becaude I know for a fact that you don't have
reading comprehension issues. but simply that  your posts wants to divert and confuse the issues.
I am not going to re post what I said, so, I suggest that perhaps you were reading too quickly and didn't see what I wrote.


 


Possibly you could clarify your meaning in, "Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives". 

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@BigLib wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Meanwhile, any chance we can move off of "kudoes for insults" and consider any viable alternatives to capitalism??


And when are you going to accept the fact that alternatives are too black or white definitions on any economic philosophy.
Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 
Whatever you happen to believe.
I personally believe that  neither Capitalism or socialism are the economic philosophies on their own that we should follow. I believe that a mixture of those two economic philosophies are probably the more palatable solution. or explanation to your question of alternatives to capitalism.

 

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 


Where, in any of what rker posted, did you get the idea that she's "convinced there is no alternative to capitalism"??

 

That "great wisdom" must not employ much reading comprehension.

 Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 

 

Do you have anything to offer on the topic?

 


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 

 I am laughing now, becaude I know for a fact that you don't have
reading comprehension issues. but simply that  your posts wants to divert and confuse the issues.
I am not going to re post what I said, so, I suggest that perhaps you were reading too quickly and didn't see what I wrote.


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Meanwhile, any chance we can move off of "kudoes for insults" and consider any viable alternatives to capitalism??


And when are you going to accept the fact that alternatives are too black or white definitions on any economic philosophy.
Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 
Whatever you happen to believe.
I personally believe that  neither Capitalism or socialism are the economic philosophies on their own that we should follow. I believe that a mixture of those two economic philosophies are probably the more palatable solution. or explanation to your question of alternatives to capitalism.

 

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 


Where, in any of what rker posted, did you get the idea that she's "convinced there is no alternative to capitalism"??

 

That "great wisdom" must not employ much reading comprehension.

 

 

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/statements/byruling/false/ (13 pages of lies and growing)
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@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Meanwhile, any chance we can move off of "kudoes for insults" and consider any viable alternatives to capitalism??


And when are you going to accept the fact that alternatives are too black or white definitions on any economic philosophy.
Alternatives to capitalism we may say is the opposite of Capitalism or we may say that Capitalism has no alternatives. 
Whatever you happen to believe.
I personally believe that  neither Capitalism or socialism are the economic philosophies on their own that we should follow. I believe that a mixture of those two economic philosophies are probably the more palatable solution. or explanation to your question of alternatives to capitalism.

 

1) If there is no alternative, what are those who do not like free market capitalism to do?

2) I am posting because I know there are alternatives. As you know, Wolff (among others) has championed them.

3) If you are convinced there is no alternative to capitalism why are you posting on this topic?


 

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