"A popular Government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy; or, perhaps both…
Rise Above !
Happy to say, I have been eating here for over a year now and the quality has always been top notch. I've worked my way thru the menu. Delicious. Try it all. :)
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Not only that but Santa Claus is ...god forbid...
North Korea, China, Cuba and Iraq recently dubbed me Despicable human scum.
I couldn't be more happy.
hahaha ..worthless... well I'm really not sure what you think is a successful nation.
Lets just start with the begining of the People's Republic of China (1949–present)
Mao Ze-Dong is responsible for ,and this is a conservative estimate,
the murder of 49,000,000 of his own people !
In my book that is an F.
We will just have to agree to disagree.
I hope you don't plan to move there anytime soon and think you can post back here to us about your life because it won't happen. :(
Least not if you speak your mind.
FCb, you know as well as I do. That there is no comparison to what i posted happening in Cuba to what we have in the USA.
It is astounding that someone could read the treatment of the Cuban people and think we act the same way.
Any late night perusal of MSNBC showing lock-up... will see that the majority of our prisons are way above the level of Cuba and prisoners are afforded redress.
Just the fact that we can post on here and have political discussions without retribution from the federal government shows Cuba has a long way to go before their people can be called free.
Yes, simple enough. I personally consider China a failure. Any regime that sends tanks to quell peaceful demonstrations is lost to its people.
We should always demand competition, whether it's in the market or in the political arena. Competition promotes the interests of the ordinary person.
The social-engineering way of thinking: In this way of thinking, there is no economic problem, properly understood; there is only an engineering problem for society.
The various competing desires, goals, plans, and expectations of millions of individuals are assumed to be reducible to a grand and stable social-preference ordering.
Society is thought of more or less as if it is a sentient creature – a super-large individual. Alternatively in this vision, society is thought of as an organization with a specific function and purpose – like a gigantic firm – ...
...rather than as a spontaneous order that maximizes the prospects for multitudes of individuals each to pursue their own individual goals with as much success as possible.
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