Decelerate (Reverse) Drive to Socialism


A 3rd Party (or Republican Party collapse) will accelerate Democrats drive to complete Socialism.  Is this inevitable?  Consider that many (majority?) Americans believe Capitalism has failed and that free markets + limited Government hurt the poor and middle class.  The MSM continues to expand the myth that the private economy is corrupt and has failed.  That said … please note that I strongly champion free market capitalism.  The private economy is the only sector that creates jobs that self sustain them, create ancillary jobs, new products, services, industries, etc … in essence wealth creation (not decreasing wealth distribution).  Therefore –those of us who champion free markets and limited government must work extra hard in convincing the brain washed American public. This is the only way we can decelerate (better yet – reverse) the US drive to Socialism. Twitter @Economics501.




About economics501

1 - free market Capitalist; 2 - Fitness Entrepreneur; 56 years old, VP at an Investment Bank in NYC, ex Venture Capitalist, happily married with 2 girls. Education: Rutgers and NYU. I allow Ted Hruzd, my friend to blog at will here. He has many posts here. I have known Ted since we were both students at NYU. Ted also works for an Investment Bank as a VP in Equity Global Markets. ------------------------- I was very very Socialist leaning as a 22 year old. I then strongly believed in Gov role in helping the poor. However, as a USDA Child Nutrition Programs, I personally accounted for millions of fraud, abuse, and waste of tax payer money. I came to believe that the poor would be best served with less Gov programs and more with direct aid via tax system. Then after 5 years I became a free market capitalist, was a venture capitalist in 2007 and helped start 2 high tech companies. I dedicate this site to champion free market capitalism as the best road to Prosperity. Please join in. If you disagree, fine, but please post with dignity and class and be civil. Argue with facts always.
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