Between 1787 and 1900 we became the world’s richest and most powerful country, due to free market principles. We’ve been going downhill since 1913.
I’m pretty sure that House Representative Hank Johnson is the same idiot that a few years ago stated that he was concerned that the Island of Guam might tip over if there were too many people on one side. I used to think this guy only had a problem taking his meds on a regular schedule, but I now believe he’s just not getting them.
“There has been a movement over the last 30, 40 years to turn people against the government. This mantra is that government is too big, we don’t need any rules to govern human conduct, let everything work itself out and the free market system will make it rain for everybody. Well, we’ve seen after 30, 40 years of practicing that free market way of thinking, that it doesn’t work,” Johnson said on the House floor.
He added, “This is what this legislation is about—is gutting the rule-making process. This is one of many attempts—incessant attempts—by my friends on the other side to try and cut government and so that their friends in big business on Wall Street can make it rain for the rest of us. But they don’t make it rain for anybody but themselves.”
A man is to serve man for which he is given certificates of performance called money. When a man makes a claim on his fellow man’s property like for food in a grocery store, he must present his COP or money proving that he has served his fellow man. This is free enterprise.
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