So youre not concerned with the security of the country. And you are blind to the existence of enemies. The USA did not lose all its enemies in 1945, you know. Unfree markets attack free markets like ours when they trade with us; its an old form of warfare.
More Americans are concerned with being able to find a job than for the best (which doesnt always mean lowest in terms of bottom-dollar) price. There is a reason why the consumer economy is down.
posted on 07/28/2012 5:13:59 PM PDT
Did our tax policy drive our own corporations to open in the Soviet Union?
posted on 07/28/2012 5:32:36 PM PDT
So youre not concerned with the security of the country. And you are blind to the existence of enemies.
My freedom should only be abridged by a declaration that a particular country is, indeed, an enemy. We've done it with Cuba and North Korea. I have no problem with either.
Bear in mind, though, that your exuberance to punish China will result in untold thousands of job losses and bankruptcies in the U.S.. It isn't only cheap TV's and underwear we buy from the Chinese; businesses import a lot, too. They will be left high and dry.
There are always consequences. Economics is the study of alternatives.
By the way, your assumption that I'm not concerned with the country's security is insulting and unnecessary to the discussion. We have exchanged comments before. You should know better.
I generally find such insults an indication of the weakness of the insulter's argument.
posted on 07/29/2012 3:13:52 PM PDT
(The final outcome of the credit expansion is general impoverishment.)
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