Do you agree that in order for Capitalism to properly work for every person in a nation . . . ?

That a certain amount of Socialism is required? Education, for a intelligent work force. Health care, for a Healthy work force that the Employer doesn't have to pay for?

Asked By: ol white biker - 6/29/2009
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What's amazing is that we are still in a recession, the Bush-Cheney recession, and narrowly averted a second Great Depression, only because of government intervention on a massive scale through the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve and still these know nothings will tell you with a straight face that there is... More
Answered By: TK - 6/29/2009
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Answered By: Flags of Our Fathers - 6/29/2009
No I believe in the separation of school and state and a free market in health care.
Answered By: liberty rocks - 6/29/2009
no i think for capitalism to work there needs to be no government intervention in the economy. the government intervention in our economy in the past 100 years has effectively reduced our dollars worth to nothing, and is the reason for the bad economic state we are experiencing now. you act as if education and health... More
Answered By: Thelastninja - 6/29/2009
Yes, and in fact that's the way it's always been in the US. We've never had a completely 'free' market. There's always been, is, and most likely always will be, government control/involvement in our economy in some form. The volatility that would ensue with a completely unregulated/controlled economy wouldn't be... More
Answered By: Joey - 6/29/2009
Answered By: Billy L - 6/29/2009
No. For Capitalism to work for every person everyone must have the drive and will to do for themselves. Under Capitalism the cream rises to the top. Under Socialism there is an equal sharing of misery!
Answered By: pretender59321 - 6/29/2009
Socialism is already the mandate in }public{ education. Why else would the deluded youth and other uninformed voters elect a dedicated socialist to the white house? Change? You can believe it, baby. Like you can't imagine, change is coming... More
Answered By: RU Quazee - 6/29/2009
First off I need to ask...w*f is separation of school and state??? And could you direct me to the passage in the Constitution that provides for it??? I must have missed that bit... More
Answered By: Paloma's Getting Some Exerci - 6/29/2009
Yes I do. So if it was not for socialism how would we account for the rise of our middle class. The homestead act, the morrill act are two that come to mind
Answered By: chris h - 6/29/2009
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