A republican covered in buttons for the party's presidential candidates reads a newspaper headline. It reads "Ticker-tape parade for Women's World Cup champions. Winning America's hearts." Republican: If only it was that easy.
There’s narrow mindedness and there is willful ignorance.
So far. I’m not impressed. Trump thinks that all illegal immigrants are felons and Jeb thinks people are lazy because they don’t work a 40-hour week. I don’t know what rock he’s been hiding under, but I don’t know many people who only work 9-5 Monday to Friday.
I certainly hope he intends to work at least a 40-hour week in the White House.
I agree completely. It’s like thinking that you can read a dictionary definition of Christianity and understand the whole history of the religion, including heresies, controversies, schisms, reformations, and so on. A very foolish approach.
The kind of socialism that I adhere to holds three basic principles: (1) the profits of labor should go to the people who do the labor; (2) private individuals should not profit from public goods, such as natural resources; social problems require social solutions. Notice that I do not say that managers and administrators shouldn’t be paid; they work, and they deserve to be paid, but not in a way that deprives other workers of fair compensation; notice that I don’t say that all problems are social problems; and notice that I don’t say that there has to be equality of compensation or equality of outcomes (or incomes). And notice that I don’t say that there is no place for markets. I happen to believe that for some purposes markets are a good an efficient mechanism. But they aren’t god.
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