Why do far leftists think they can kill off the spirit of enterprise in humans?

markets will always exist no matter what system you impose, either in the open or underground it's human nature

Asked By: Not a Big Fan of Black People - 4/19/2011
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I'm in favor of "market socialism" under democratic auspices. I suppose you could call me a far leftist, although some other leftists would disagree... More
Answered By: Andy F - 4/19/2011
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They will never kill mine or any human that wants to stay human.
Answered By: Conservative Capitalist - 4/19/2011
Markets are fine. They're just a tool. They're not magic, and like any tool they have to be used properly.
Answered By: Billy Blaze - 4/19/2011
That's a good point. Do you think you can kill off the drug markets, the prostitution market, the porn market? Many conservatives I know believe all of those should be eliminated. Why go against human nature... More
Answered By: Abigail - 4/19/2011
that is their goal
Answered By: CrotchItchBites - 4/19/2011
Have not heard anyone from the "far left" say that they would want to kill off the spirit of free enterprise. Not one. Not Dennis Kucinich, not Pelosi, not even Michael Moore. Not one!
Answered By: sandplant16 - 4/19/2011
Human spirit has nothing to do with markets. Economies (markets) operate given the rules of the game. The rules that govern markets are what the right, left, and middle all argue about. They are the reason that politicians sell us out for campaign contributions.
Answered By: Daniel - 4/19/2011
Why are you wasting 5 points on a completely asinine comment about Liberals. No one wished to kill off the spirit of enterprise
Answered By: Are you kidding - 4/19/2011
Markets are fine. I support markets. But human nature also tells us that humans are animalistic and thus cannot be fully trusted.
Answered By: Picket Man - 4/19/2011
There is no one in this country, particularly in the parties, that wants to kill off the spirit of enterprise in humans. All the left wants is the right to share in the sacrifice needed to reform this country. Even wealthy Republicans like Ben Stein are agreeing that taxes will have to go up somewhere to have a decent... More
Answered By: Redjr01 - 4/19/2011
Progressives don't want or even think that-you've been spoon-fed that tidbit of propaganda by the con disinformation machine. Otherwise, the economy wouldn't have grown like gangbusters under President Clinton, correct? And what about the near destruction of the economy under your laissez-faire con demagogues-seems... More
Answered By: gilliegrrrl - 4/19/2011
because killing babies just isn't enough for them
Answered By: Lastname Comma Firstname - 4/19/2011
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