Clearly you have zero understanding of socialism as practiced by some of the most successful countries in history. Despite popular myths in the US, thanks to rightwing propaganda, there is very little connection between economic performance and welfare expenditure. Many of the socialist countries are proof of that, such as Sweden, Denmark and Finland. Even though these countries are truly socialistic unlike America, the workforce and jobs have remained stronger with a literacy rate of 100% as well as an absence of poverty.<quoted text>What socialist nation is doing well ?
I can wait for your answer ,I need a laugh.
Who is Satan ,one of your KJB friends ?
Graft and corruption is the true enemy of free markets, not governments doing their jobs-- ensuring conditions which foster the well being of the people they govern like Finland and Norway. Graft and corruption thrive in countries with no social satiety net and poor education opportunity. This creates a climate in which there can be no free market based on competition, and instead we see a market based on elevation of the most corrupt ruling class - think USA and its financial institutions.