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What is socialism?


What means socialism to you and are you for it, partially for it or totally against it?

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LandmarkWealth says

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    beadreamer247 4 years ago

    LandmarkWealth, you brought some interesting thoughts to surface here. Thank you.


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Socialism in Moderation Is Good for Capitalist America85

Socialism in Moderation Is Good for Capitalist America

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    beadreamer247 4 years ago

    Josak, thanks for sharing your thoughts. I am actually wondering if there is such thing as a perfect type of government. Isn't each lacking somewhere....? Nothing in this world will ever be perfect I guess.


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    Gary Anderson (bgamall) 4 years ago

    I have never seen a road shortage except when non socialist Republican politicians refuse to build new roads.


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    beadreamer247 4 years ago

    Thanks Mitch Alan, I see that a lot of Americans are willing to give freely/voluntary and I once read somewhere that this Nation is the biggest in voluntary support.


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    Gary Anderson (bgamall) 4 years ago

    So, which one are you for? I am for capitalism with a necessary dose of socialism. Our highway system is socialistic, and we all own it. Good thing we have it.

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    Gary Anderson (bgamall) 4 years ago

    Marx was delayed by some socialism, like communal building of roads, of regulation of bankers and the like. But now we are getting what the rich want, toll roads and no regulation of bankers. Redistribution is up the financial food chain, not down.


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    Gary Anderson (bgamall) 4 years ago

    Two things are amazing to me. First are the amount of average Joes on this website that are so afraid that the wealthy may have some of their wealth captured for the poor, or to hire more police. And how many of you want toll roads you don't own?


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