Capitalism? No. Freedom? Yes.<quoted text>
Sorry if I don't live my life in fear of what's spoon fed to me like you do. Let's ask Joe McCarthy how that whole "commie behind every bush" tactic worked out. Red Scare 2.0 blah blah blah. Is Capitalism so fragile? Wonder why?
When we have a person in power who is supported by communists, then it's something that everybody should worry about.
Let's take a look at DumBama's record when it comes to problems and solutions:
Global Warming......... more government
Health Care ..........more government
School Shootings........more government
School Loans..........more government
Birth Control Pills.......more government
Bank Loans..........more government
Tobacco Usage..........more government
Firearms Choice.........more government
ATM fees..........more government
Green Energy..........more government
So what's wrong with more government? The larger the government, the smaller the citizen.
Let me put it another way. Maybe this happened to you or somebody you knew when you were younger:
You turn 18 years old, now officially an adult. You can join the military if you desire, smoke cigarettes legally, register to vote, be legally responsible for your own actions, move to your own apartment, a variety of freedoms you didn't have while under age.
Just getting started in life, you have limited resources when it comes to money. As most parents do, they offer to keep housing you, but you must help support the household. They charge you room and board.
You're 18 now and go out with your friends and get drunk. You come home at 3:00am bombed out of your mind. Your father approaches you the next day and demands "As long as you live here, you will not come home drunk at 3:00am!" "But dad, I'm 18 now, I can do as I please." "I don't care how old you are, you still live here!"
Maybe a week later, you bring home your girlfriend to stay the night. Like hell. Your parents make you take her right back home. No sleepovers. Hey! What about a party? I'll have all my friends over and they can stay here all night so I don't have to worry about going home! Like hell. Your parents won't let you have this party.
Yes, you are 18, but because you live under somebody else's roof, you live by their rules. Want to make your own rules? Get your own house or apartment. Then you can bring your girlfriend over for the weekend, go out and get drunk, throw a party.
People who live under governments roof really don't have maximum freedom. That's what's wrong with government everything. Want real freedom? Move out of governments house.