Some issues have only one side. No, the joy of being forced to buy crummy insurance doesn’t count. In fact, the opposite is the only thing that’ll help fix allegedly getting everything for a bargain. The free market is not a competing system. People are either allowed to handshake with each other or are being kicked around. All you can do is place restrictions upon negotiation. Bernie Sanders can call it sharing, but he’s really just rifling through your wallet.
Capitalism is another name for interaction. Offer a service or product to an employer or customer for a cynical attempt to destroy your fellow man. Or maybe it’s just nice. That depends on how much resentment the person you ask contains. Avoid those who classify open trade as diabolical destruction of fellow humans and our precious planet. The frowners regrettably attempt to compensate by treating socialism as an alternative, which is as bogus as thinking the same government that can’t deliver your packages should be the sole entity addressing our needs.
Tell companies that their task is to do more than peddle to get them to pedal away. People who’ve run nothing more than their mouths demand that the actually constructive compensate at a certain rate, offer products as if having them were rights, and recognize that employing people is their primary goal. Good jobs with benefits result from doing something useful. Start backward and the assembly line does the same. Keeping millions from not starving is a nice byproduct of buying things from each other.
Actual progress comes from buying what you’d like. There’s no better way to keep people employed. So, let’s keep telling businesses that they must, say, give to the newest hires for manning cash registers. Private enterprise is to be docked for the crime of paying people to perform tasks. We’re trying our best to keep humans from dealing with each other as both parties agree. Now, every side is equally miserable. It’s a type of fairness.
A purring economy simply cannot be tolerated. Some are earning more than others, you see, and there’s no greater injustice than being compensated based on value. An enlightened nation ensures everyone is equally poor so citizens share common ground.
The economic cycle is quite delicate, at least if politicians decide they’re the ones who make money. Government restrictions make prosperity trickier, so the solution is naturally more government restrictions. Well, we have to help victims of the first round.
We’re only one party away from having a defender of financial liberty. I’m unsure of the point of having sides if both like the same dumb things. The asylums with candidates are so angry at each other because their beliefs are essentially identical. Other than spending and decisions, individuals are in control.
At least the contempt is equal. Nobody believes anything from either party, which means a monolithic desire to crush our spirit has created healthy skepticism. Donald Trump loathes trade like it criticized him in a tweet. Knowing his fondness for personally beneficial restrictions while bitching about unfairness may actually encourage Americans to pursue uninhibited finances. Like everything else the incumbent does, the benefits are inadvertent.
Kvetching is a sign life is comfortable. Actually despondent people can’t muster the energy to incessantly snarl. Turn to your president for inspiration. Free markets improve human life to the point that ingrates can complain about them.
You know something is working well when it’s not even noticed. The cop who keeps crime from happening gets called oppressive until he’s not patrolling the corner, upon which it’s discovered that real persecution comes in having your stuff stolen. The government prefers its monopoly.
Restrictions on trade make acquiring money, jobs, and things tougher. Trying to inhibit natural gaps is precisely what widens them. Dragging cow carcasses during footraces ensures that nobody hurts feelings by finishing more quickly than the others.
Competition is loathed because it requires effort. You have to clock in to get a check? Nobody makes me do that on the couch. Bosses who hired you to do things cruelly won’t fund idling. It’s not like you can find an outpost that will attract talent by offering maternity leave: there has to be a law.
A guarantee is itself the thing that makes obtaining decent things tough. But competition is discouraged in any form. Facing others creates tension, and that seems unhealthy. Presuming Washington knows how to profit will undoubtedly make us stout. Who knows profiting like the behemoth that doesn’t have to bother?