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Termin8tor » 10 May 2018 8:56 am » wrote:
Let me explain how this babbling psychotic operates.

Just make up fake definitions for terms while denying how the dictionary actually defines them.
This queer ignores what happens in the real world and screeches about the dictionary.

He's on dick.
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Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 5:51 pm » wrote: No, try again. We do the same **** thing here with property taxes so go **** yourself, *******.
They pay RENT to the government, which owns their home and won't let them buy it.

Forget property taxes. RENT.

In the gay community, that's called, "economic freedumb."

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Is that the U.S or Singapore?
Both, queer - and you will defend both, socialist that you are.

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Cannonpointer » 10 May 2018 6:06 pm » wrote:
Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 5:51 pm » wrote: No, try again. We do the same **** thing here with property taxes so go **** yourself, *******.
They pay RENT to the government, which owns their home and won't let them buy it.

Forget property taxes. RENT.

In the gay community, that's called, "economic freedumb."

Pecker puffer.
Property tax equal rent. Try not paying property taxes to see who really owns your property.

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Cannonpointer » 10 May 2018 6:09 pm » wrote:
Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 5:58 pm » wrote:
Is that the U.S or Singapore?
Both, queer - and you will defend both, socialist that you are.
Uh,huh. Whatever helps you sleep at night.

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Cannonpointer » 10 May 2018 6:05 pm » wrote:
Termin8tor » 10 May 2018 8:56 am » wrote:Let me explain how this babbling psychotic operates.

Just make up fake definitions for terms while denying how the dictionary actually defines them.

That way you can make any wacky claim you want. :blink:
This queer ignores what happens in the real world and screeches about the dictionary.

He's on dick.
How can you explain what's happening by using fake definitions, psycho?

Say, how about that wonderful "peace": happening in Syria?

By "peace," I'm referring to mass murder and civil war. :loco:

That's what I define peace as.

Imbecile.

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Termin8tor » 10 May 2018 10:36 pm » wrote:
How can you explain what's happening by using fake definitions, psycho?

Say, how about that wonderful "peace": happening in Syria?

By "peace," I'm referring to mass murder and civil war. :loco:

That's what I define peace as.

Imbecile.
Nice diversion, dick sucker.

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Cannonpointer » 10 May 2018 10:43 pm » wrote:
Termin8tor » 10 May 2018 10:36 pm » wrote:How can you explain what's happening by using fake definitions, psycho?

Say, how about that wonderful "peace": happening in Syria?

By "peace," I'm referring to mass murder and civil war. :loco:

That's what I define peace as.

Imbecile.

Nice diversion, dick sucker.
As long as we can define words however we want, I define you as a wombat.

Back to Australia to your burrow, psycho. :rofl:

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Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 10:13 pm » wrote:
Property tax equal rent. Try not paying property taxes to see who really owns your property.
Whaa - you don't like capitalism, moron? :drool:

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Cannonpointer » 10 May 2018 10:47 pm » wrote:
Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 10:13 pm » wrote:
Property tax equal rent. Try not paying property taxes to see who really owns your property.
Whaa - you don't like capitalism, moron? :drool:
Not sure where property tax fits into capaitalism but I'm sure you'll make the case for me.

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Str8tEdge » 11 May 2018 12:02 am » wrote:
Not sure where property tax fits into capaitalism but I'm sure you'll make the case for me.
You brought it up, dick sucker.

Property ownership certainly fits into economic liberty, you wheedling **** sucker - and you're equating american property taxes with singaporeans not having a right to own land, roach.

Keep painting, freedom lady - that corner you're in is gonna dry any second now.
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Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 5:33 pm » wrote:
Ricky Tavy » 10 May 2018 10:27 am » wrote:
Str8tEdge » 09 May 2018 2:36 pm » wrote:
https://www.heritage.org/index/

Norway 23rd(mostly free economy)
Australia 5th(free economy)
Switzerland 4th(free economy)
Denmark 12th(mostly free)
Netherlands 17th(mostly free)
Germany 25th(mostly free)
Ireland 6th(mostly free)

U.S 18th(mostly free)

Good job, ****. All on your list but 2 have MORE ECONOMIC FREEDOM IN THEIR ECONOMIES THAN THE U.S.

NOW, STICK TO SOMETHING YOU ACTUALLY KNOW ABOUT, LIKE GAY ANAL.
As I said, every one of them is more socialist than we are *******. Good to see mommy bought you a new red crayon, though. You really need stop eating them. Might be what is clogging the arteries to your brain ... such as it is.

By the way, anal boy, you really wanta claim that "free economy" is part of the sophisticated economics jargon you picked up from "forty years of reading stuff," instead another nugget of ignorance you found while looking around your colon?
No....They are more economically free than us unless you are claiming socialism is economic freedom which of course it's the exact opposite, *******.
Neither your red crayon nor large font can cover up your stupidity. Every country you listed has SOCIALIZED medicine, *******. All of them pay higher taxes and have a larger welfare system. Every country on that last has a government mandate enforcing 4-6 week of vacation per year, as opposed to the two weeks generally given here. In each of these countries except Switzerland and Australia, the government is dominated by a SOCIAL Democratic Party. SOCIAL Democracy is defined as ... Social democracy,
political ideology that originally advocated a peaceful evolutionary transition of society from

capitalism to

socialism using established political processes. In the second half of the 20th century, there emerged a more moderate version of the doctrine, which generally espoused state regulation, rather than state ownership, of the means of production and extensive
social welfare programs. Based on 19th-century socialism and the tenets of
Karl Marx and
Friedrich Engels, social
democracy shares common ideological roots with

communism but
eschews its militancy and
totalitarianism. Social democracy was originally known as
revisionism because it represented a change in basic

Marxist doctrine, primarily in the former’s repudiation of the use of revolution to establish a socialist society.


https://www.britannica.com/topic/social-democracy

Norway has SOCIALIZED education with tuition-free universities. Norway has a universal SOCIALIZED pension system. Norway has a massive SOCIAL welfare system, paid for by much higher taxes than exist in the US. More than 50% of workers belong to unions. The Labour Party, SOCIAL Democrats, are the largest party in the country.

I could do similar summaries on every country on that list. The descriptions you PLAGIARIZED from the WSJ and the even more rightarded Heritage Foundation via the Fraser Institute is nicely dissected here: https://fee.org/articles/what-economic- ... leave-out/ It is also bashed by the right-wing Mises Institute: https://mises.org/library/failings-econ ... edom-index

So, to sum up. You have once again been revealed as a very poorly educated blowhard who only parrots silliness from far-right websites that validate your ignorant prejudices in exchange for exploiting your stupidity to recruit another semi-useful idiot. As I have explained before, grazing and then regurgitating rightard propaganda does not make up now for a life of stupidity and intellectual laziness. You are and remain Clem, the dumbest ******* in a refuge for *******.

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Ricky Tavy » 11 May 2018 11:09 am » wrote:So, to sum up. You have once again been revealed as a very poorly educated blowhard who only parrots silliness from far-right websites that validate your ignorant prejudices in exchange for exploiting your stupidity to recruit another semi-useful idiot. As I have explained before, grazing and then regurgitating rightard propaganda does not make up now for a life of stupidity and intellectual laziness. You are and remain Clem, the dumbest ******* in a refuge for *******.
Blah, blah, blah, cut and paste without a clue, blah, blah, blah.

Hey Dim, Norway is only 1 point below the US in economic freedom. It's in the top 20 countries in the entire world in economic freedom. That is the opposite of what Socialism is.

Yes, it still has remnants of its Socialist past, but it's gradually reforming and moving away from that.

Taking into account all factors that define Socialism, it is one of the least Socialist countries in the world.

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Cannonpointer » 11 May 2018 6:19 am » wrote:
Str8tEdge » 11 May 2018 12:02 am » wrote:
Not sure where property tax fits into capaitalism but I'm sure you'll make the case for me.
You brought it up, dick sucker.

Property ownership certainly fits into economic liberty, you wheedling **** sucker - and you're equating american property taxes with singaporeans not having a right to own land, roach.

Keep painting, freedom lady - that corner you're in is gonna dry any second now.
Except you don't "own" something the government can take away for not paying a tax.....

You're basically leasing it from the government but in Singapore that's socialism. Here, it's capitalism. :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:

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Ricky Tavy » 11 May 2018 11:09 am » wrote:
Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 5:33 pm » wrote:
No....They are more economically free than us unless you are claiming socialism is economic freedom which of course it's the exact opposite, *******.
Neither your red crayon nor large font can cover up your stupidity. Every country you listed has SOCIALIZED medicine, *******. All of them pay higher taxes and have a larger welfare system. Every country on that last has a government mandate enforcing 4-6 week of vacation per year, as opposed to the two weeks generally given here. In each of these countries except Switzerland and Australia, the government is dominated by a SOCIAL Democratic Party. SOCIAL Democracy is defined as ... Social democracy,
political ideology that originally advocated a peaceful evolutionary transition of society from

capitalism to

socialism using established political processes. In the second half of the 20th century, there emerged a more moderate version of the doctrine, which generally espoused state regulation, rather than state ownership, of the means of production and extensive
social welfare programs. Based on 19th-century socialism and the tenets of
Karl Marx and
Friedrich Engels, social
democracy shares common ideological roots with

communism but
eschews its militancy and
totalitarianism. Social democracy was originally known as
revisionism because it represented a change in basic

Marxist doctrine, primarily in the former’s repudiation of the use of revolution to establish a socialist society.

https://www.britannica.com/topic/social-democracy

Norway has SOCIALIZED education with tuition-free universities. Norway has a universal SOCIALIZED pension system. Norway has a massive SOCIAL welfare system, paid for by much higher taxes than exist in the US. More than 50% of workers belong to unions. The Labour Party, SOCIAL Democrats, are the largest party in the country.

I could do similar summaries on every country on that list. The descriptions you PLAGIARIZED from the WSJ and the even more rightarded Heritage Foundation via the Fraser Institute is nicely dissected here: https://fee.org/articles/what-economic- ... leave-out/ It is also bashed by the right-wing Mises Institute: https://mises.org/library/failings-econ ... edom-index

So, to sum up. You have once again been revealed as a very poorly educated blowhard who only parrots silliness from far-right websites that validate your ignorant prejudices in exchange for exploiting your stupidity to recruit another semi-useful idiot. As I have explained before, grazing and then regurgitating rightard propaganda does not make up now for a life of stupidity and intellectual laziness. You are and remain Clem, the dumbest ******* in a refuge for *******.
EVERY single country also has some form of privatized healthcare. Something you won't see in socialism, ****. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

None of what you posted=socialism. It equals WELFARE or the government filling in the gaps from capitalism.....

You need to take an economics course you stupid ****.

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Market economies and command economies occupy two polar extremes in the organization of economic activity. The primary differences lie in the division of labor or factors of production and the mechanisms that determine prices. The activity in a market economy is unplanned; it is not organized by any central authority but is determined by the supply and demand of goods and services. The United States, England, and Japan are all examples of market economies, as are most developed, democratic nations. Alternatively, a command economy is organized by a centralized government which owns most, if not all businesses, and whose officials direct all the factors of production. China, North Korea, and the former Soviet Union are all examples of command economies.

Market Economy - The "Free Enterprise System"
The two fundamental aspects of market economies are private ownership of the means of production, and voluntary exchanges/contracts.

The most common title associated with a market economy is capitalism. Individuals and businesses own the resources and are free to exchange and contract with each other without decree from government authority. The collective term for these uncoordinated exchanges is the "market."

Prices arise naturally in a market economy based on supply and demand. Consumer preferences and resource scarcity determine which goods are produced and in what quantity; the prices in a market economy act as signals to producers and consumers who use these price signals to help make decisions. Governments play a minor role in the direction of economic activity.

Command Economy - Central Direction
Under a command economy, governments own all of the factors of production such as land, capital, and resources, and government officials determine when, where and how much is produced at any one time. This is also sometimes referred to as a "planned economy." The most famous contemporary example of a command economy was that of the former Soviet Union, which operated under a communist system.

Since decision-making is centralized in a command economy, the government controls all of the supply and sets all of the demand. Prices cannot arise naturally like in a market economy, so prices in the economy must be set by government officials.

In a command economy, macroeconomic and political considerations determine resource allocation, whereas, in a market economy, the profits and losses of individuals and firms determine resource allocation.

Look familiar, ****?
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Str8tEdge » 11 May 2018 5:33 pm » wrote:
Except you don't "own" something the government can take away for not paying a tax.....

You're basically leasing it from the government but in Singapore that's socialism. Here, it's capitalism. :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:
Singapore is not made more capitalist or more freedomy by socialism here - and the socialism you cry about here is far, far less onerous than the socialism there.

Property taxes HERE are local, son. They are voted on by the people, and the money is used to fund education locally, for those people's kids. There ARE no property taxes in singapore, because the FEDERAL government owns the land outright and sees no reason to tax itself.

Pretending those are one and the same thing merely exposes your weakness, Nell. Additionally, your whining about property taxes doesn't even touch on the government owning people's health savings accounts and deciding which procedures they are allowed to spend them on. Nor does it address government ownership and strict control of the media - or the lack of a bill of rights, from which economic liberty originates, you twat. :rofl:

Keep wheedling.

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Str8tEdge » 11 May 2018 5:36 pm » wrote:
Ricky Tavy » 11 May 2018 11:09 am » wrote:
Str8tEdge » 10 May 2018 5:33 pm » wrote:
No....They are more economically free than us unless you are claiming socialism is economic freedom which of course it's the exact opposite, *******.
Neither your red crayon nor large font can cover up your stupidity. Every country you listed has SOCIALIZED medicine, *******. All of them pay higher taxes and have a larger welfare system. Every country on that last has a government mandate enforcing 4-6 week of vacation per year, as opposed to the two weeks generally given here. In each of these countries except Switzerland and Australia, the government is dominated by a SOCIAL Democratic Party. SOCIAL Democracy is defined as ... Social democracy,
political ideology that originally advocated a peaceful evolutionary transition of society from

capitalism to

socialism using established political processes. In the second half of the 20th century, there emerged a more moderate version of the doctrine, which generally espoused state regulation, rather than state ownership, of the means of production and extensive
social welfare programs. Based on 19th-century socialism and the tenets of
Karl Marx and
Friedrich Engels, social
democracy shares common ideological roots with

communism but
eschews its militancy and
totalitarianism. Social democracy was originally known as
revisionism because it represented a change in basic

Marxist doctrine, primarily in the former’s repudiation of the use of revolution to establish a socialist society.

https://www.britannica.com/topic/social-democracy

Norway has SOCIALIZED education with tuition-free universities. Norway has a universal SOCIALIZED pension system. Norway has a massive SOCIAL welfare system, paid for by much higher taxes than exist in the US. More than 50% of workers belong to unions. The Labour Party, SOCIAL Democrats, are the largest party in the country.

I could do similar summaries on every country on that list. The descriptions you PLAGIARIZED from the WSJ and the even more rightarded Heritage Foundation via the Fraser Institute is nicely dissected here: https://fee.org/articles/what-economic- ... leave-out/ It is also bashed by the right-wing Mises Institute: https://mises.org/library/failings-econ ... edom-index

So, to sum up. You have once again been revealed as a very poorly educated blowhard who only parrots silliness from far-right websites that validate your ignorant prejudices in exchange for exploiting your stupidity to recruit another semi-useful idiot. As I have explained before, grazing and then regurgitating rightard propaganda does not make up now for a life of stupidity and intellectual laziness. You are and remain Clem, the dumbest ******* in a refuge for *******.
EVERY single country also has some form of privatized healthcare. Something you won't see in socialism, ****. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

None of what you posted=socialism. It equals WELFARE or the government filling in the gaps from capitalism.....

You need to take an economics course you stupid ****.
Socialism is defined as the government controlling the means of production, incredible moron. That is what "government filling in the gaps from capitalism" means, incredible moron. When the government runs the Grand Canyon business instead of McDonald's doing it, that's socialism, incredible moron. When you panhandle on a public street instead of on a toll road, that's you exploiting socialism, incredible moron. When the FDA makes sure your Cialis does not grow hair on your palms or your Rogaine make your head harder, that's socialism, incredible moron.

Now, incredible moron, nobody said any of the countries ranking higher than the US are ENTIRELY socialist. Nobody, unless you are dumb enough, is saying the US is entirely capitalist or "free enterprise." I just said they were MORE socialist than the US, and that your plagiarized parrotry of from the Fraser Institute, shilling for the Heritage Foundation, changes none of that.

Economics courses? Did you take any when you "attended" college, incredible moron? I did as part of getting a degree. I've taught Economics in high school. The only time you stray from regurgitating rightard propaganda you half-understand is when you go to pulling **** from your cavernous ***.

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What's the Difference Between a Market Economy(capitalism)and a Command Economy(socialism/communism)?

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Market economies and command economies occupy two polar extremes in the organization of economic activity. The primary differences lie in the division of labor or factors of production and the mechanisms that determine prices. The activity in a market economy is unplanned; it is not organized by any central authority but is determined by the supply and demand of goods and services. The United States, England, and Japan are all examples of market economies, as are most developed, democratic nations. Alternatively, a command economy is organized by a centralized government which owns most, if not all businesses, and whose officials direct all the factors of production. China, North Korea, and the former Soviet Union are all examples of command economies.

Market Economy - The "Free Enterprise System"
The two fundamental aspects of market economies are private ownership of the means of production, and voluntary exchanges/contracts.

The most common title associated with a market economy is capitalism. Individuals and businesses own the resources and are free to exchange and contract with each other without decree from government authority. The collective term for these uncoordinated exchanges is the "market."

Prices arise naturally in a market economy based on supply and demand. Consumer preferences and resource scarcity determine which goods are produced and in what quantity; the prices in a market economy act as signals to producers and consumers who use these price signals to help make decisions. Governments play a minor role in the direction of economic activity.

Command Economy - Central Direction
Under a command economy, governments own all of the factors of production such as land, capital, and resources, and government officials determine when, where and how much is produced at any one time. This is also sometimes referred to as a "planned economy." The most famous contemporary example of a command economy was that of the former Soviet Union, which operated under a communist system.

Since decision-making is centralized in a command economy, the government controls all of the supply and sets all of the demand. Prices cannot arise naturally like in a market economy, so prices in the economy must be set by government officials.

In a command economy, macroeconomic and political considerations determine resource allocation, whereas, in a market economy, the profits and losses of individuals and firms determine resource allocation.

Look familiar, ****?
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All you did was show you are so poorly educated you "think" that command and market economies are the only available choices. Most developed nations have mixed economies, incredible moron. From YOUR SITE, incredible moron:

A mixed economic system is a system that combines aspects of both
capitalism and
socialism.


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Str8tEdge » 11 May 2018 5:33 pm » wrote:
Except you don't "own" something the government can take away for not paying a tax.....

You're basically leasing it from the government but in Singapore that's socialism. Here, it's capitalism. :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:
Singapore is not made more capitalist or more freedomy by socialism here - and the socialism you cry about here is far, far less onerous than the socialism there.

Property taxes HERE are local, son. They are voted on by the people, and the money is used to fund education locally, for those people's kids. There ARE no property taxes in singapore, because the FEDERAL government owns the land outright and sees no reason to tax itself.

Pretending those are one and the same thing merely exposes your weakness, Nell. Additionally, your whining about property taxes doesn't even touch on the government owning people's health savings accounts and deciding which procedures they are allowed to spend them on. Nor does it address government ownership and strict control of the media - or the lack of a bill of rights, from which economic liberty originates, you twat. :rofl:

Keep wheedling.
If your premise was true we'd be one of the freest economies like Singapore instead of 18th.... :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:

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