Re: Social Contract
On Friday 28 April 2006 02:16, Hal Vaughan wrote:
>On Friday 28 April 2006 02:01, Paul Johnson wrote:
>> On Thursday 27 April 2006 22:14, Mike McCarty wrote:
>> > Well, that's really the context in which I replied. The Right Wing
>> > today in the USA are Socialists.
>> You know nothing of my party or it's politics. Socialists are
>> progressive, not conservative.
>I had it figured the other way around: he knows nothing about
>Republicans. Either way, comes out the same: He's saying their
> similar and in his own statement, he's showing us he doesn't
>> > I am not. If you are aware of
>> > US politics then I generally dislike the policies of the Democrats
>> > and the Republicans, because both of them support Socialism.
>> No, Republicans are not the least bit socialist. They're
>> anti-public healthcare, anti-public education, and think
>> laissez-faire economics benefits everyone instead of just the
>> richest 3% that control 80% of the country's wealth. Republicans
>> are pretty much the Socialist antithesis in the US.
>Yes, I'd agree that you can't get much more accurate than that.
Well, he could, because its worse than that, 1% of the people here
control 90% of the wealth according to some figures I heard on C-SPAN
tonight in congressional testimony. Thats not right, and its sure not
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