Skip to comments.Is the ‘War on Capitalism’ almost lost?
Posted on 10/12/2012 9:05:42 PM PDT by lmruth
We are entering the final stages of another national election cycle at the close of one more difficult economic year.
After four years of pursuing extraordinary fiscal and monetary policies, after eleven years at war, America is more than simply adrift.
Change has certainly come under Obama, but hope seems lost.
As we now look toward the election, three direct questions leap to mind.
Which team is more likely to create private sector jobs and protect hard-won national wealth?
Should America embrace insular crony capitalists or world-beating entrepreneurs?
Which candidate is more likely to advance the interests of our rising youth against global peers while also discharging the debts owed to our worthy senior citizens?
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[ Which candidate is more likely to advance the interests of our rising youth against global peers while also discharging the debts owed to our worthy senior citizens? ]
IF you do not know right now, you’ll never know..
And many don’t know..
The correct question is I think..
Do they even CARE?.. Do they care of the economy beyond their own bank account?..
Probably not.. Self-centered to the utter extreme..
America is not unified.. the liberals have tribalized society brilliantly..
America has become a MOB.. many mobs..
You can deny it but it is true..
The defeat is only temporary. It is up to the new administration to make things better to stave off the inevitible. The takers have the demographics on their side.