Rey de Currumpaw
Hey, what was that COVID death rate again? Also... What's the word on hydroxychloroquine?
The same parroted nonsense you can find looping on (whatever bullshit media you choose)
Jesus, you're fucking mad. I hate that people like you put their entire identity and self esteem into their opinions, then get assblasted whenever your opinions are challenged, and don't you want to listen to everybody, just claim that "it's all nonsense". You are just like @MisterFister.
Have fun with the 1% having all the money while you struggle in poverty!Unlike most others I yearn for balkanization. The 'join or die' movement was based on a homogenized citizenry. It just isn't practical anymore. Humans are innately tribal. I believe the progressives and the conservatives both suffer from irreconcilable differences and much like a divorce you're both better off splitting up amicably. People should be free to choose their own futures based on their individual morays. Of course the whole progressive vs conservative battle is a false dichotomy but its pragmatic in the sense that people can choose along the lines of socialism vs capitalism and in the macro that's a good enough starting point. I'll choose capitalism and work within that choice for truly free markets and chuckle as I watch the socialists fail handily and devolve into Marxism. There will be a wall and the people who chose socialism will be the ones crawling through the barbed wire attempting to flee.
Isn't the best example of a free market is that there is really no free market, especially in today's economics, with buying power and other factors that is going on because of the coronavirus, from unemployment to the assorted prejudices one can state, it's that its the worst thing about a free-market.The written quote says "Most liberals believe that it's going to work and that it will solve tons of problems," but basically it'll just make things worse. I don't understand the full range of economics, so of course this could be wrong on many levels.Please cite an example of free markets leading to massive inequities in purchasing power. I'll wait.