[QUOTE=CanadaSteve;2915548]I stopped reading after this:
[B]Public schools and the leading universities have failed American students. Their economic education has steeped them entirely in the thoroughly wrong and pernicious doctrines of Marx and Keynes. In claiming to see the existence of laissez faire in the midst of such massive government interference, the very opposite of laissez faire, they are attempting to rewrite reality in order to make it conform to their Marxist preconceptions and view of the world.[/B]
[B]1. It doesn't matter what anyone says, capitalism can do no wrong in the eyes of most, so I don't know why even have these conversations.[/B]
[B]Its like trying to have real theological debate with a fundamentalist...it doesn't matter what you say, you will be wrong because there is only one correct answer.[/B][/QUOTE]
1. Capitalism is the free interaction of individuals is a coercion-less market. I see no wrong in that.
2. I agree except a religious fundamentalist is not backing his argument up with science, math or his experiences. Economics on the other hand is a proven science, it doesn't matter what policies you think should work or think are morally better than others or feel all warm inside because you voted to enact them... there are right and wrong policies and economic systems... it doesn't matter what you believe.