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Matt3
All noise, no signal.
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join:2003-07-20
Jamestown, NC
kudos:12
reply to jester121

Re: Health care socialist?

said by jester121:

said by Matt3:

The socialism argument always makes me laugh.
Percentage of American corporations that the government is entitled to own: 0%. No graph needed.
You're right. Clearly the solution is to let them fail, force hundreds of thousands to become unemployed, and further burden the system.


jester121
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join:2003-08-09
Lake Zurich, IL
said by Matt3:

You're right. Clearly the solution is to let them fail, force hundreds of thousands to become unemployed, and further burden the system.
Ah, it's all about "the system" isn't it? I thought the Democrats were all about the individual and standing up the little guy? Central planning takes care of that nicely (at least until it's actually tried outside of a textbook or manifesto.)

patcat88

join:2002-04-05
Jamaica, NY
kudos:1
reply to Matt3
said by Matt3:

You're right. Clearly the solution is to let them fail, force hundreds of thousands to become unemployed, and further burden the system.
Taking them over is just the end step in corporate welfare, why worry about cranky stockholders, we promise we wont complain, but we do want 100% of your dividends as income tax. The scheme is that they are now/will be a great source of tax revenue, 100% tax, its delicious. Plus all those jobs create tax revenue (FICA/etc). That bailout money, unless there is typical corporate graft, will become wages with a 35% cut into taxes, or higher (sales, property, etc), so the govt is just giving itself $ using the car company as a front.

expert007

join:2006-01-10
Buffalo, NY
All this ranting is impressive, but no one seems to want to acknowledge that the Federal Gov't actually has an exit strategy for GM, and it's less than 5 years. MUCH less than 5 years.

Sorry to rain on your right wing parade.