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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.

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

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@rk9152 wrote:

@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

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My own opinion, regardless of what Conservatives on this board think, is that we do not need an alternative to capitalism.  It has worked quite well as long as there are rules of the road.  I see no reason to replace it. 

 

I agree.


 


good to see you finally agree capitalism needs some rules of the road. I suggest going back to 1960.

 

 


It has always been my view often stated here that the ideal economic model is a free market with the government insuring it's freedom. Anti-trust legislation being a good example.

 

So, your "finally" seems to indicate that you have not been reading my stuff very carefully. I'd recommend you read my posts very, very carefully - they are a wonderful source of great wisdom.


is that your quote or did you get it from lil donnie?

 


It is a belief that I have had for many decades. Would you care to discuss that or do you want to stay with the "lil donnie" childishness?


One is just a "childish" as the other.


Wanting a free market with government assurances that it remains free is "childish".

 

Possibly you could expand on that theory. 

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I prefer to refer to him as "our precious snowflake" as he has few accomplishments on his own and is remarkably sensitive. Of course, my usual nickname is just Incompetent Trump but that is based on facts too. 


Trump is a snowflake??? How did he even get into this.

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oh, no discussion needed on the wisdom of your posts. we know.

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"GREAT WISDOM"--U R SO HUMBLE--LOL

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U R SO HUMBLE--LOL

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@rk9152 wrote:

@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Richva wrote:

My own opinion, regardless of what Conservatives on this board think, is that we do not need an alternative to capitalism.  It has worked quite well as long as there are rules of the road.  I see no reason to replace it. 

 

I agree.


 


good to see you finally agree capitalism needs some rules of the road. I suggest going back to 1960.

 

 


It has always been my view often stated here that the ideal economic model is a free market with the government insuring it's freedom. Anti-trust legislation being a good example.

 

So, your "finally" seems to indicate that you have not been reading my stuff very carefully. I'd recommend you read my posts very, very carefully - they are a wonderful source of great wisdom.


is that your quote or did you get it from lil donnie?

 


It is a belief that I have had for many decades. Would you care to discuss that or do you want to stay with the "lil donnie" childishness?


One is just a "childish" as the other.


Man learns from history that man learns nothing from history.
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I prefer to refer to him as "our precious snowflake" as he has few accomplishments on his own and is remarkably sensitive. Of course, my usual nickname is just Incompetent Trump but that is based on facts too. 

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It has always been my view often stated here that the ideal economic model is a free market with the government insuring it's freedom. Anti-trust legislation being a good example.

So, your "finally" seems to indicate that you have not been reading my stuff very carefully. I'd recommend you read my posts very, very carefully - they are a wonderful source of great wisdom.

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Very well stated.
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