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  • Capitalism is selfless, while Socialism is Selfish

    Basically, many socialists support many rights that they are entitled to, not feeling any gratitude for it. For example, Obama had stated at one point that citizens are now able to live off their parents' health-care and there was a loud applause. If there was a cure for cancer, there would be not much of a loud cheer. Basically, socialism have a mindset of selfishness, asking if they're entitled to such things like retiring a young age or calling in sick and still getting paid. Socialists refusw to grow up independent as humans. Capitalists, meanwhile, have a sense of independance and selflessness. They have a win-win situation for the consumers.

    You know how parents teach kids to say thank you when you get a gift or ice cream? In socialism, they would reply with "What am I entitled to" as a response, showing the immaturity and irresponsibility of Socialism, not to mention the fact that they basically put human naturebin slavery by picking out what they think is the best thing for and forcing you to like it. In simple words, Look at Havana, Cuba and Hong Kong. This explains that socialism is in no way, shape, form, and style, better than Capitalism. You can say that distributing wealth and miseries is "benefitial", but in reality, it's not. I'd rather be the 1% rather than being the poor majority.

  • Is this really a debate?

    To correct some idiocy out there, socialism does not fail because some "pure" notion of it was not adhered to. It fails because it doesn't work. "Pure" anything does not exist, nor should it. You can only look at a given law and consider wether it increases freedom and is advantageous, or decreases freedom and is disadvantageous. In almost every case the free market wins the former, while socialism conforms to the latter.

  • Is this really a debate?

    To correct some idiocy out there, socialism does not fail because some "pure" notion of it was not adhered to. It fails because it doesn't work. "Pure" anything does not exist, nor should it. You can only look at a given law and consider wether it increases freedom and is advantageous, or decreases freedom and is disadvantageous. In almost every case the free market wins the former, while socialism conforms to the latter.

  • People work harder for success

    Capitalism allows people to strive towards higher goals, whereas socialism allows people to be lazy. Capitalism causes people to go out and work hard for a living, whereas people who believe in socialism feel as though the world owes them something, and are willing to accept benefits for doing nothing. Socialists want people to 'be more equal' economically, but why should somebody who works hours a day in a high skilled job have the same amount of money and good as somebody who cannot be bothered to work?

  • "A Rising Tide Lifts all Boats"

    If socialist countries can offer to help the poor rise into poverty, then why is it that countries with centrally planned economies and subsidized health care have weak, low growth economies and higher rates of poverty than the US? It's because not only does socialism go against human nature and human history, it leads to rationing and long waits for worse goods and services. Half of American citizens are in the global 1% wealth-wise. This is because America's free market allocates goods and services the best, and it is only hindered by regulations, taxes, and the Fed that hurt competition, raise inflation, and contribute to the slow-growth economy. A lot of people criticize the rise of monopolies in the late 19th century as a good example of how capitalism fails, but the men like Andrew Carnegie and John Rockefeller were actually able to rise up from near-poverty and become billionaires, while today a large Federal welfare state and red-tape regulations hinder economic growth. The onyl good regulations are anti-trust and slight regulations on Wall Street. Other regualtions and taxes have only hurt businesses and individuals making it harder to rise up in America. This is seen throughout history and today that free market economies lift up everyone, including the poorest of the poor. That's why China's economy is growing and its people are being introduced to products that America's POOR take for granted such as microwaves and sofas. Socialism doesn't promise to lift everyone up, it promises a subsistence economy and a stagnant life path, which not only is contrary to the human spirit, but also leads to lesser quality goods and services, including healthcare, medicine, and even education.

  • Socialism is doomed to become Communism

    Socialism's main goal is to achieve a utopia. But everyone's perception of utopia is different, so who decides what utopia should be created? Why, the state of course! Looking at the USSR shortly after the Russian Revolution, who had free reign to decide what "utopia" the brand new government would shape into? Not the people, but Joseph Stalin. If your perception of utopia is different than the state's, then you are a liability. Just ask Leon Trotsky. Thus, Socialism inevitably deteriorates into Communism. It's a good thought, but completely unrealistic. Capitalism, on the other hand, is more realistic because it appeals to human nature. Capitalism doesn't seek equality among everyone, it seeks fairness. Thus, the individual has a freedom not found anywhere else.

  • Capitalism Is Forced Altruism; Socialism Wants To Kill You

    Capitalism, at it's core, is the market forcing businesses to be be altruistic-give others what they want in a mutually agreed upon transaction of goods and services. Capitalism works along with human nature by turning people's selfish desire to increase one's own standing into working for others--if you don't provide a service that other people want, you will fail and starve. Capitalism treats people as individuals who are responsible for their own lives, who have the right to make decisions for themselves as they see fit.

    Capitalism also creates an unbigoted society, in that capitalism promotes a system that doesn't care about your race, sexual orientation, gender, etc.. Capitalism only cares about one color, and that color is green. You can be a racist, sexist, bigoted homophobe in your buisness, but someone else will come along who isn't all of those things and take all of that buisness from you.

    Socialism, and to a larger extent collectivism, will force you as an individual to participate in an activity that you don't want to partake in. Your rights as an individual don't matter because the system only cares about "the collective" in search of utopia. And what happens when you as an individual disagree with the socialist's perception of utopia? Well, yo'ehappens when you as an individual disagree with the socialist's perception of utopia? Well, you're in the way of progress and need to go. And that, ladies and gents, is how socialism evolves into communism and kills 100 million people. All in the name of a more perfect world.

  • There is evidence

    All the successful nations of the world are strong capatalist economies, compared to socialist economies whose growth has been overwhelmingly startled by the system itself. What we must remember is that socialism, and for that matter communism is a system developed during the hierarchical injustices of the 19th century, during this period the working classes of the nations of Europe were immensely poor and mistreated, it was during this time that Karl Marx and many other philosophers tried to devise ways to stop these injustices. This shows a system that is outdated and effectively not needed as in contemporary times these injustices are minimal, and as for those nations which still suffer from these issues, these problems are quickly being fixed by the ever expanding help of other countries fuelled by the success of capitalism in their economies.

  • Better? Absolutely not!

    Capitalism is not what many people think it is, neither is socialism. People think capitalism is good and perfect... Then why are there so many poor people starving on the streets? Why can't you pay your student loans? Why can't you pay for your health care? Why is the national debt increasing? Why 1% of american people control 40% of the wealth? All of these things are fixed with socialism. You get free health care, free education, free public transport, and sometimes free food. While in capitalism, the government doesn't care about your health care or that you are starving in the streets. And I'm talking about SOCIALIST countries, not COMMUNIST. Americans seem to mix them a lot ...
    Say what you want about socialism, but when your economy fails, and your debt destroys you, next time you will see socialism the other way.

  • No I do not agree

    I have nothing against Capitalism but I have a firm belief that Capitalism controls the world. In post civil rights America, Capitalism has really put a thorn in Black America. Racism and hatred don't come from people like you and me but rich politicians and businessmen/women. That why southern whites resented the free slaves because their freedom hurt their capitalism which at the time complety developed the south.

  • A healthy mix of the two has proven to be a good philosophy

    We've seen in the last 100 years what happens in pure socialist, and pure capitalist societies. That is, if their is such a thing a being purely one or the other. There's also some crossover in practices between the two. We have a system now that is a mix of the two. It's not perfect, but as long as we don't get too far to either end of the spectrum, it should be fine.

  • Capitalism is doomed to fail.

    Capitalism is what it says. It means to take advantage of every source of money, strip and sell for profit to the extent that all resources will be exhausted as soon as possible to maximize profit without s to what impact this will have on others. In the U.S. you can see what has occurred at the hands of capitalists. Jobs gone, businesses bought by larger corporations and then moved overseas. Capitalist have raped this country and the people, they have no loyalty or attachment to the country that made them what they are today. Secondly, Big business has no place controlling our government or politics, this will only corrupt and weaken our government as proven in the past. If you give the wealthy the freedom to do what they want they will capitalize on that and destroy for profit all that we know and love. Capitalist will establish a federalist state, states will have very little power the federal government will have only the power given by the big money. They will reduce this country to nothing more than a third world country. If you don't believe this check out the stock market crash of 1929 and every stock market crash before that was the capitalist in charge and doing what ever they wanted including murder and killing of their own employees/workers who finally protested the working conditions and abuses, the workers were shot for this. To be a purist for Socialism or Capitalism is impossible, however a blend of both is quite possible. Capitalism here in the U.S. is only good for those already in position to gain great wealth at our expense, you only get something if you pay for it and that means everything including health care, education, legal assistance perhaps an ambulance. So, if your not wealthy now your not ever going gain much wealth and if you are poor, you will become more poor. Not every person can start their own business and succeed. I believe that to continue down this path will see the end of our Constitution and the end of the U.S. as we know it. By the way the U.S. has functioned well when both systems can work together. We live in the best country to live in, the United States. You should all thank your lucky stars that you live here because there is no other place on this planet where people can live as well as we do now(no thanks to capitalism)we have so many freedoms thanks to a strong central government, but that all seems to be a thing of the past so as our government and protections under the Constitution and the law are weakened if not totally gone thanks to unregulated capitalism. Capitalists want to eiminate the Constitution and the Government. This is occurring in the U.S. In the end Capitalism will make the rich extremely rich and the rest of us will work for our new slave owners.

  • Isn't It obvious

    The distinction is extremely important, for it frees supporters of capitalism from having to defend it as a caring or compassionate institution, which it is not. It is coldly mechanical. The problem is ‘free-market’ advocates think capitalism is a political system and through rationalizations and justifications for the single-variable profit pursuit deny one of Jude’s best insights, “What must any system accomplish? At the core, it must provide a method by which its smallest constituent unit, a household, can save the surplus of its day’s work for the day when it cannot work.” When millions of Americans could not work the Right had nothing to offer that would speak to this reality- in economic contraction, the daily output of Americans is not sufficient to provide for illness, accident or natural disaster. There must be a system of either risk-pooling and income distribution, the question though is whether it is paid for by taxation or bond finance. President Obama realized this but his solution is proving to look like something other than he promised and potentially at a greater cost to freedom than the electorate bargained for.

  • Isn't It obvious

    The distinction is extremely important, for it frees supporters of capitalism from having to defend it as a caring or compassionate institution, which it is not. It is coldly mechanical. The problem is ‘free-market’ advocates think capitalism is a political system and through rationalizations and justifications for the single-variable profit pursuit deny one of Jude’s best insights, “What must any system accomplish? At the core, it must provide a method by which its smallest constituent unit, a household, can save the surplus of its day’s work for the day when it cannot work.” When millions of Americans could not work the Right had nothing to offer that would speak to this reality- in economic contraction, the daily output of Americans is not sufficient to provide for illness, accident or natural disaster. There must be a system of either risk-pooling and income distribution, the question though is whether it is paid for by taxation or bond finance. President Obama realized this but his solution is proving to look like something other than he promised and potentially at a greater cost to freedom than the electorate bargained for.

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  • Capitalism is nonsense

    Capitalism completely and utterly relies on the concept of squeezing money out of every source possible, at the expense of core public services that we all need, yet it is apparently logical to cut taxes on the richest 1% of the population! In order for deficits to be cut, debts to be reduced and economies to be expanded, the starting point is that the people have the core public services they need! Stop cutting taxes on the rich, stop slashing government funding for essential public services and start running a logical, socialist government!


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