China Going Free Marketing, Cuba Going Free Market, US going???

@bobmnu (8160)
United States
September 14, 2010 12:51pm CST
China has eliminated the business tax and reduced the Capital Gains tax and its economy is growing and middle class is booming and will soon become a major market for consumer goods. Cuba is cutting government jobs and telling people they will have to find jobs in the private sector. The US is hiring more government workers, raising taxes, putting more restrictions on private business, and taxing innovation. The "workers paradise" are turning to the Free Market-Why? Maybe because it works.
3 responses
@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
15 Sep 10
Yes the free market does work, whereas communism, socialism, statism, and all other top-down central government schemes do not. What is really telling is that these socialist countries are getting away from the long disproven Keynesian Economics scam and in the meantime 0bama and the rest of the moonbat liberals are trying their best to spend us into oblivion using the same failed policies that the communists are now rejecting, and that they have been rejecting for the last several years. The "workers paradise" is rejecting the communist business model because it does not work, and that "paradise" is nothing more than a snake pit of misery.... and that is the fundamental change that Comrade 0bama and his liberal Marxist buddies have planned for the US.
• United States
14 Sep 10
China has realized that the only was to grow is to be a free market and reduce the socialist control. America has forgotten, and the communists in offices don't want us to remember
@dboman (457)
• United States
14 Sep 10
I noticed this report about Cuba yesterday and commented to the person I was with, "Isn't it ironic that Cuba is turning to the private sector and we're expanding the government?" I don't know what it's going to take, how many examples of statist failed governments before people realize they don't work. By the way, I know several Cuban exiles (I live in South Florida) and by no means was Cuba their "paradise".