Thursday, July 5, 2012

The Socialization Of America Is Economically Impossible

Brandon Smith, Contributor
Activist Post

I understand the dream of the common socialist. I was, after all, once a Democrat. I understand the disparity created in our society by corporatism (not capitalism, though some foolish socialists see them as exactly the same). I understand the drive and the desire to help other human beings, especially those in dire need, and the tendency to see government as the ultimate solution to all our problems.

That said, let’s be honest; government is in the end just a tool used by one group or another to implement a particular methodology or set of principles. Unfortunately, what most socialists today don’t seem to understand is that no matter what strategies they devise, they will NEVER have control. And, those they wish to help will be led to suffer, because the establishment does not care about them, or you. The establishment does not think of what it can give, it thinks about what it can take. Socialism, in the minds of the elites, is a con-game which allows them to quarry the favor of the serfs, and nothing more.

There are other powers at work in this world; powers that have the ability to play both sides of the political spectrum. The money elite have been wielding the false left/right paradigm for centuries, and to great effect. Whether socialism or corporatism prevails, they are the final victors, and the game continues onward…

Knowing this fact, I find that my reactions to the entire Obamacare debate rather muddled. Really, I see the whole event as a kind of circus, a mirage, a distraction. Perhaps it is because I am first and foremost an economic analyst, and when looking at Obamacare and socialization in general, I see no tangibility. I see no threat beyond what we as Americans already face. Let me explain…


Socialism Is Failure

A country that feels the need to socialize has, in my view, already failed culturally. It is an open admission by the public that they are unwilling or unable to take responsibility for their own prosperity. If a society is not able to function in a healthy economic manner without the force of government (an abstract entity often manipulated by corrupt ideals) resulting in the creation of artificial and precarious balance using fiat stimulus and overt taxation, then the people of that country are not remotely independent and self sufficient. That is to say, only a nation filled with pathetic overgrown children would actually need government to enforce mandatory “charity”, welfare, healthcare, etc. A truly healthy society supported by strong and self sustainable individuals would not beg to be parented by government. If a country is so unbalanced as to stoop to socialism, then its ailments already extend far beyond anything government (even good government) could ever hope to cure.

Obamacare, its tentative application, and those who blindly support its introduction in the U.S., are an example of a weak people groveling for handouts they do not work for nor deserve. Socialism is defeat. It is a waving of the white flag by a society and the trading of that culture’s liberty for the illusion of fiscal security. It is the act of an adolescent and naïve populace groveling for an allowance from their “motherland”.

If one wants to consider what a socialized America would actually be like, why not examine the track record of the EU, a group of nations which have dabbled extensively in the principles of collective centralization and various levels of socialism, including the extremes of communism and fascism (and yes folks, both are derived from a socialist/collectivist foundation, despite what pseudo-intellectuals and propagandized academics will try and tell you).

What success have they accomplished in the course of their Utopian endeavors?

Well, more than half of the states of the European Union have already reached debt to GDP ratios well beyond the limit required to retain membership:

http://edition.cnn.com/2011/BUSINESS/06/19/europe.debt.explainer/index.html

Several countries, including the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Greece, are all in the midst of severe debt crisis. The Euro itself is on the verge of disintegration, and in all likelihood, the EU charter will be reexamined, and mutated into something completely different to what exists today. The central bankers will blame European countries and their “insistence” on maintaining sovereign control over their finances, but ultimately, it is not sovereignty that strangles the EU, but its ridiculous supranational status which is entirely misapplied and has created a state of interdependency that has weakened every member nation to the point of disaster.

It should be painfully clear to anyone considering socialism as a viable option for America that this kind of system requires fiscal discipline and a vast amount of SAVINGS. Notice I say “savings” and not “money”. Money is a carnival ride; an illusion of wealth that can be printed from thin air. Savings is an actual concrete storage of real capital, an ongoing surplus of manufacturing and production capability resulting in the stockpiling of working credit and ample employment. Most of the countries of the EU do not have such savings, and never did. In fact, most European countries have operated for decades on a loss. They have never been able to live with the direct and indirect investments of outside players. Because of this, EU countries are utterly unable to keep up with the grand concepts of socialism, and have buried themselves under the crushing debts generated by entitlement programs.

America is no different.

Forget Universal Healthcare – The U.S. Is Bust

There has been a pervasive delusion amongst pro-socialism movements in the United States that we are the “richest country in the world”. They claim it is “absurd” that the establishment system does not pay for our healthcare with such riches at its disposal. They consistently rant about Canadian Healthcare and its record of universal treatment. The problem is, they ignore the details…

Canada’s national debt stands at around $1.1 Trillion (officially). Canada’s population sits at around 34 Million. America’s national debt stands at around $15 Trillion (officially) and our population sits at around 313 Million. The two countries are entirely different animals. To clamor for a Canadian style healthcare program for a country with completely opposite economic parameters is idiocy, or lunacy, or both.

Officially, our economy has already broken the 100% debt to GDP threshold. Unofficially, but more accurately, the U.S. national debt sits closer to $120 Trillion. This number accounts not only for public debt, but intragovernmental debt, and implicit debt, meaning, the debt obligations the government has committed to for the near future:

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/trillion_the_shocking_true_size_tOxcrobUBUup9IEW3vQAhJ

I would also like to quickly note that mainstream economists back in 2011 were predicting the U.S. would reach 101% of GDP by 2021. It is now 2012, only one year later, and we have already crossed the 101% marker.

Add to this the projected costs of Obamacare ($17 Trillion in estimated long term unfunded obligations), and what you get is a broke-ass country:

http://washingtonexaminer.com/sessions-obamacare-costs-2.6-trillion-in-ten-years/article/2500877

The only factor which has stayed the tide of a full-blown macro-implosion of the U.S. is the world reserve status of our currency. The dollar is all we have left. Period. But don’t count on that for much longer either. With multiple nations, including China and Japan (our largest foreign debt holders) quietly forming bilateral trade agreements cutting out the use of the greenback, it will not be long before its world reserve status disappears as well, and then, we are on our own. The private Federal Reserve can print all they want, but if other countries no longer need dollars to facilitate cross border trade, then what we will get is hyperinflation, or stagflation. Obamacare only expedites this process by generated even more liabilities we cannot cover, thereby giving the central bank even more excuse to churn out dollars with wild abandon.

To put it plainly, all those people who believe America is the “richest country in the world” are living in mushroom land. We-are-broke. Bust. In the red. In the hole. Insolvent. Our pockets have become lint traps. We’re switching from fine Belgian beer to Busch Light. And, we can’t all move back in with our parents like so many Obamacare proponents I have met…

Go Ahead, Try To Enforce Obamacare…

We-have-no-money. Therefore, the debate over universal socialized medicine is pointless. It is mathematically and economically impossible to implement. What the Supreme Court says on the subject of socialization certainly matters in terms of principle, and they have failed Americans spectacularly in that respect (or served their globalist sugar-daddies well; however you want to look at it). But, in terms of finance, the Supreme Court’s shocking decision means nothing.

One of Ron Paul’s primary arguments against the ongoing wars in the Middle East has always been that whether one agrees with these conflicts or not is irrelevant. The U.S. does not have the means to fund them. Eventually, we will break the bank and the dollar to maintain our presence in the region, and thus, the wars WILL end, one way or another. The same philosophy goes for Obamacare and every other socializing program presented in America.

They will say that taxation will cover the costs; but how do you raise taxes on a populace that is growing more destitute every year. How do you take money from people if they do not have it? This tactic doesn’t seem to be working very well for Europe. Also, keep in mind that as population and inflation grow exponentially, so will costs. Meaning, the taxation will have to expand as fast, or faster, than the expenditures. This is why so many opponents of Obamacare voice concerns over population reduction programs and rejected care; they are an inevitable end result. When you institutionalize health and life under the auspices of bureaucracy, you must also invariably institutionalize death. Population and life suddenly become a numbers issue to the state, rather than a moral issue.

They will say that the penalties to those who refuse to participate will cover the costs of the rest. Again, how to you take money from people that do not have it? What if millions of people simply refuse to participate, AND refuse to pay penalties?

They will say “tax the corporations”, and we could, but, as the derivatives crisis has proven, most major corporations in the U.S. are on the government take just to survive. We cannot have corporate bailouts and increased corporate taxation at the same time. The bailouts would have to end, the companies would collapse (as they should, but that’s besides the point), and we’re right back to where we started. Just like our government, most corporations also operate on false wealth. They will not be paying for Obamacare anytime soon.

They will say that it is all for the greater good, but since when has the establishment been qualified to define what the “greater good” is? Is Obamacare really a matter of conscience? Or, is it a farce flaunted about as if it is a matter of conscience?

They will say that people must be forced to do what is right for the group. I say, such hubris has always led to catastrophe. Usually, it is the select beneficiaries of tyrannical cultures that call for the might of the central government to be wrought upon the rest of the citizenry. Not to do right by conscience, but to satiate their desire for control. Men love government as long as it is imposing their particular world view, and as long as the tables never turn.

They will say that current medical practices and costs are terrible and something must be done. I agree. However, Obamacare is not the answer. If there is one thing that wears thin upon my mind it is the one track thinking of the progressive ilk who know that Obama’s healthcare initiative is a stop gap at best, but barrel forward anyway because “at least it is something different”.

“Don’t you want to help the poor”, they say.

Certainly. I want to help them by saving them from the disaster that socialism will inevitably lead to.

Principles and existentialist debates aside, the primary economic question still remains; where is a realistic plan to pay for this monstrosity of a program? I have yet to see a single grounded solution to the quandary. How does one pay for something he will never be able to afford? If there are no means, there will be no Obamacare.

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22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Crappy propaganda article, I'm disappointed.

True socialism would be direct participatory democracy and not the corporatist parliamentary "democracy" that Mr. Smith is railing against.

In a true socialist state the People ARE the government and the major industries like energy are 'Public corporations' in which the People are the owners/share-holders.

Profits from those public corporations international dealings then pay for the government's programs and domestic infrastructure, etc.

The fact Mr. Smith seems to think "Obama-care" is actually socialism despite just being a capitalist corporate cash-grab proves he shouldn't even be trying to discuss such things, leave it to people who actually know what they are talking about, please.

I do admit however that for every nation to have true socialism would require a globalistic/universalism system as many countries don't have the resources to make enough money to cover the costs of such a system.

I'm sure that will be bothersome to the selfish People who think of those resources as belonging to one People or nation rather than as the Earth's and thus the Human Race's resources that belong to All of US equally.

Anonymous said...

Well done, Brandon. Gets right to the political divide. The side that used to be called bleeding heart liberals, believes ordinary people deserve healthcare, education, a living wage and the ability to enjoy a certain quality of life. Nothing wrong with that. Not a damn thing. But somehow when it gets implemented, it goes astray. The social delivery of housing, education, and healthcare have not lived up to the ideal and have in many ways made things worse.

If an uncaring "crappy propagandist" (lol) such as yourself notices that from a taxation point of view, all of the above-mentioned social goods appear to be delivering diminishing returns at increased cost to the society that pays for them, the alternative sounds like faith in a freedom and free market that doesn't exist either. Freedom is good, it is very, very good, and not to be abandoned as it is the dearest good on which all others are founded. But freedom cannot ignore the massive amounts of human suffering that have existed in its shadow. Freedom for who? Freedom from what? Is our only choice to trade tyranny by bureaucracy for the tyranny of rule by Money, complete with its set of new overlords? Socialism didn't arise out of a vacuum. If free society had been benevolent, socialism would not exist.

No one seems to know a good way forward. Thanks for thinking about it though and having this public forum, because we need a new philosophical framework to break the deadlock.

Anonymous said...

It's sad when a person can read but not yet comprehend.

Khannea Suntzu said...

Quite an offensive article.

Anonymous said...

"It's sad when a person can read but not yet comprehend."

If referring to my OP comment - So all the people who live in areas where the Corporations aren't offering any jobs and thus can't make any money to pay for healthcare, education, etc. should just be euthanized instead or left to rot on their own, is that it?

Because you know those people are just lazy to not pull money out of their asses or find some way to pay to travel to a location where there are jobs, right?

What is referred to here as 'socialism' is nothing of the sort but just corporatism with a 'socialist' label applied to get the liberals to think it's a good thing and support it, while also giving the Right all the fuel they need to hate the idea of 'socialism'.

By referring to it as the propagandist author of this article has as 'socialism' is just perpetuating that corporatist propaganda.

America has never had anything close to socialism.

At best it could be called 'corporate hijacked leftism' perhaps.

They control the entire BS Left - Right sham and articles like this just assist them in that control.

So yes it's propaganda, whether the author actually intended it to be or is just a victim of it himself.

This system does not allow for people to just go out and build their own life's as they used to pre-1930's without having jobs and a paycheck, thus if the corporations aren't offering any jobs those people will not survive without 'socialist' programs.

You have to be a very callous person to blame those who are in that situation for being placed there by the corporations.

...

On the other Hand if that was directed at the author of the article rather than my comment then I apologize, and agree with you.

Anonymous said...

The first poster proves he has no idea what he is talking about. Socialism has a track record so abysmal only a fool could embrace it. It is nothing more than a pipe dream, a fantasy dreamed up by the power elite to get easily manipulated morons to believe in their propaganda. I would tell you to do some research, but you are clearly beyond any hope.

Anglo Saxon said...

Response to Anonymous #1.

While it is appropriate for people to assert that words do have power, we should also try to keep in mind that "socialism" is only a word (an abstraction) and not anything that can be precisely defined.

With that said, there are essentially two flavours or expressions of "socialism" ... one false, the other genuine.

Predictably, the one that most people get fooled by, and argue nonsense about, is the false one. This is the 'flavour' associated with Karl Marx and his false credo. Marx and his collaborators (such as Engels) were being sponsored, behind the scenes, by secret groups and the international 'banking' cartel: including the Rothschilds. Indeed, Karl Marx published his most influential work while living in the very city controlled by the Rothschilds and their allies: London.

Genuine socialism, I believe, resembles the purer expressions of Christianity (particularly the advice and warnings attributed to Jesus), Islam (both Sunni and Shia, but not the form practised in crypto-Jewish Saudi Arabia), and also Buddhism.

The implication is that genuine Socialism will never by implemented or practised until the majority of us have acquired sufficient Spiritual maturity, and have then learned to apply that understanding on a daily basis. Only then could true "Socialism" be attainable for society as a whole.

We must learn to stop being children, and instead function like fully developed Adults. Genuine socialism will then become the default state.

Anonymous said...

"The first poster proves he has no idea what he is talking about. Socialism has a track record so abysmal only a fool could embrace it. It is nothing more than a pipe dream, a fantasy dreamed up by the power elite to get easily manipulated morons to believe in their propaganda. I would tell you to do some research, but you are clearly beyond any hope."

ROFL, I am the first poster and I spent over a decade doing the same research you apparently have done and railing against the 'evils' of socialism myself before finally growing my own Brain and thinking for myself instead of buying into over a century of BS propaganda.

If you can't see past the propaganda and the reality that there has never, ever been a true 'socialist' system that was actually For the People and By the People you are the One there is no hope for.

Using false corporatist/elitist socialism as an excuse to hate the principles of true socialism is exactly why the Corporations feed this BS to People like you so you will hate true socialism without ever Understanding it.

The Corporations and 'elites' own your Mind hook, line and sinker.

Wake up.

Anonymous said...

The comments above, and I sure soon below, are why this country needs to be broken into smaller pieces. Politicians and the media have splintered this country for their own gain to the point where we don't really like each other anymore. You can feel the loathing and vitriol in the comments of almost every news story anymore.

Let's just break it up and start it over whether it's along current political lines (ex states) or other divisions.

The notion that 535 people in a city far removed from the general populace should rule over and simultaneously provide happiness for 310 million people is even less believable than the Easter Bunny.

Anonymous said...

I'm not so sure Obamacare is primarily a handout to groveling people as much as it is a handout to the insurance industry and the medical industrial complex, and perhaps more importantly, it is another tool to centralize control over the lives of Americans. What better way to implement the ideology of "social utitility" then to tax income heavily and then use that money to ration resources based on perceived value to the functioning of the empire?

Given that the Obamacare provision for Medicaid expansion for adults is only for those making 133% below the poverty level, ~$14,800, those making slightly more will either have to pay the $695 penalty or ~$3,000 a year for insurance which they are unlikely to use for routine use owing to a high deductible and thus leaving them further impoverished with what is, in effect, catastrophic coverage. Ending subsidies that promote moral hazard and decentralizing health care in a shift towards a true free market would help this group more as costs would be driven down substantially similar to the way the price for laser keratotomy plummeted when the market expanded.

Anonymous said...

To leave health matters to late for the MD-pharmaceutical griffters is too late.Better is to outlaw poisonius foods and medicines such as fluoridation and amalgam tooth fillings.Much better control over drug companies who are happy to sell any drugs at all just to make big profit.Profits in drug companies need urgent correction.Mds who suggest and demand chemo are criminals as are the laws protecting it.

Anonymous said...

Dale opines:
This article is pure propaganda , repeating falsehoods which ignore history and reality.

First socialism is not defined so nothing said about it can possibly make sense. There are many varieties of socialism, from the communist one-party state of China, the world's fastest growing economy (of the top 44 corporations, 40 are controlled by the govt...so this is not capitalism), to the world's largest democracy, India, which is rising from mass poverty to become an economic power, to the social democracies of Europe (or Japan). A nation like Germany or Sweden has a much stronger economy than the US, free education thru university, free healthcare and a poverty rate of 4.5% (compared to 15% in US). German unemployment is 5.4%. German civil liberties are greater than in the US, with far fewer prisoners, a multi-party system, and much less violence (such as gun homicides). This is not failure, nor is the progress made by China (lifting 300 million out of abject poverty in one generation) and India,which is likewise raising hundreds of millions out of deep poverty.

What has failed is the US economic system which has seen median wages decline by over 30% in the past 30 years and which has 50 million living in poverty in the "richest nation in history."

It took socialism to bail out the banks and corporations after the 2008 collapse, Greenspan admitted that "We were wrong" that the free market could correct itself, and Bush said: "We have abandoned free market principles in order to save the free market." That is an admission that the system (capitalism, deregulated free markets, corporatism) failed and required massive government intervention (ie socialism for the corporations, otherwise known as fascism).

So not only economically are socialist nations rising as the US declines, but the people are happier. The headline of a report on studies of happiness reads:

Happiest Nations Are Mostly Northern Socialist Nations

Forbes, the Capitalist's Tool, reports:

"The World’s Happiest Countries Page 2 of 4 – Forbes.com, in order of happiness.

Norway
Denmark
Finland
Australia
New Zealand
Sweden
Canada
Switzerland
Netherlands
US

With the exception of the US, all these nations are social democracies with strong socialist tendencies and traditions.



Another study of 80,000 worldwide found the US well down the list, with nations like Costa Rica (socialist/household income 1/5th that of US) the happiest.

Social programs, when they benefit the people, lead to both economic stability and growth and greater happiness.

This article is based not on the evidence of scores of successful socialist nations but on worn-out dogma. As such, it's only function is propaganda. By demonizing socialism and claiming it always fails, the choices we have to improve our society are restricted, and our freedom is thus diminished.


We do have socialism: corporate welfare and big government to subsidize and bail out big business when it fails. We need socialism for the people, meaning universal education thru college, universal healthcare, and strong social support systems, as well as a robust program of workers rights (called co-determination in Europe, with mandated worker representation in management: no offshoring of jobs as in the US and no shortcuts on safety (as with BP oil disaster).

Canada, which is much more socialist than the US, is healthier, better educated, happier, and
has a stronger economy and better civil rights. It has not failed.

NunJo said...

Obama care is nothing more than a tax to the banks .

Anonymous said...

Health care provided by government can be a good thing or it can be a corrupt fascist exercise as in Obamacare.

This site is truly disgusting and reprehensible for its continuous never ending lies about health care.
The Obama solution (also favored by Republican swine, check out what Rommey says about it) is not a health care plan for the American people.....IT IS A BAILOUT FOR BIG CORPORATE HMO'S, INSURANCE AND PHARMA PIGS.

Lot's of countries have good quality health care plans because unlike the Fascist USA, they are not run for the benefit of corporate welfare bums. This site continually lies about that, and does a fine job of keeping brain dead right wingers fighting tooth and nail to oppose health care.

Anonymous said...

No, the comment was directed at you.

You are an idiot for thinking you either need socialism or corporatism, or an ism to survive in this world.

I'm thriving as a millionaire by taking responsibility to live my own life on my own terms. I don't rely on anyone for a job or to expect anyone to provide free heathcare for me.

Do yourself a favor and try thinking outside of the box! (Hint, Internet)

It's quite easy and makes life wonderful.

Anonymous said...

Me again. And by the way, Obamacare is some perverted form of Socialism that will benefit the wealthy more than the ones who need it.

Anonymous said...

All "isms", especially of the communism/socialism flavor are merely fraudulent man made constructs that are designed to fool the masses into being controlled and used by their so called "benevolent" masters.

These "isms" can only be successful under two circumstances.

1. If voluntary.

2. If short lived.

And this is why they will NEVER work, and will only succeed in creating widespread misery in the least, and death at worst.

P.S. The first commenter is an idiot and doesn't know it. Sad waste of a mind.

Anonymous said...

Precisely! This is why we need to strive more for states rights, and less on a large overbearing federal government.

If we allow our states to each conduct 50 separate experiments in how we should be governed, they we can all migrate to the system the best suits our idea of how we should each "choose" to live.

Anything else is slavery.

Anonymous said...

Never mind what true socialism is, or that someday we might have true socialism when man becomes enlightened enough. You are speaking of the theoretical and hypothetical.

Call it what you will. I am only interested in reality.

All I know is what the world has wrought in the name of socialism.

Whenever I see societies that claim to be communist/socialist, I see a dreary gray living hell of hunger and deprivation, with nothing to look up to, and nothing that inspires greatness or monumental achievements.

I see poor souls merely existing, not living. (except their socialist masters)

And if they are unfortunate enough to get a glimpse of true freedom and abundance, their lives become even more tormented by either flames or bitter envy, or by sadness and weeping by being forcibly restrained from touching or achieving those freedoms themselves.

Any man that would design a system such as this and then attempt to implement it is the personification of evil.

Looking at the past and present examples of such systems in Soviet Russia, DDR East Germany, the other former Iron Curtain countries, or North Korea and Cuba today is all I need to witness to want to run as far and fast as I can from those systems, or anything that comes close to resembling socialism.

Anonymous said...

The anonymous at 9:19 AM must have only seen socialist countries on the TeeVeee Screens.

Many socialist European nations have better economies, better health care, lower crime and more freedom that the USA.


Stuff you CAN do in Cuba that you are verbotten to do in fascist USA:

Board public transport without having to show your ID papers.
Grow your own food.
Go fishing without a license.
Drink responsibly in public.
Use a computer or cell phone without being spied upon by your government.
Go to public sporting events without being frisked.
Get vaccinated or not, your choice.
Hitch hike on public roads.
Go to university if you have good grades.
Travel to many countries which Americans are forbidden to visit.
Ride a bike or motorcycle without a helmet.
Trade goods and services with neighbors without being taxed.
Keep farm animals like chickens, pigs and goats without government harassment.

I think Americans of a hundred years ago would do just fine in modern day Cuba, and be horrified at what their own nation became.

canobs said...

Propaganda Crap IS RIGHT ____ Socialism means using the resources for the society and communism for the community, best social,community system are religious groups like the Amish and the Mennonites ____ Actually the Banksters have more power than our corrupted politicians, if the Fed was Public instead of Privatized, and the Army used to defend the country instead of fomenting trouble all over the world for egemony, USA would not be Bankrupt, and could afford social needs like schools, health care, roads and bridges etc... A certain Milton Freedman wanted all countries finances to be run by the PRIVATE banking cartel, how about a new greenback. REF: webofdebt.com/articles - canobs.livejournal.com

Ken Bruun-Olsen said...

WOW, I read many of these posts and can only guess that they are defining Socialism from some outdated 1950's Encyclopedia Britannica. I Live in NORWAY and pay 33-35% income tax. 100% of my needs are met and due to a motorcycle accident some 20 years ago I have been 100% dependant to this same system. I receive ALL of my needs met at a TOP Standard and am Want of NOTHING. Nothing I have ever needed has been denied to me or even Questioned in any way. I have been flown accross country at my request to see a specific doctor that I chose and ALL of my expenses have been paid 100%. I have a daughter who is in University for FREE (except for books and some living expenses). I have my Rent/Electric/Medical/Transportation/Unexpected Bills all PAID in FULL by the Government with NO QUESTIONS ASKED or Any Complication in doing so.My Living Standard is MUCH Higher than in the US (this I know because I am an American Expat) and I WOULD NEVER RETURN to that TOILET you call a Free USSA. I lived the last time in that NIGHTMARE from 2004-2008 and couldn't get my ass home fast enough. This is a Social Deocracy and I AM A SOCIAL DEMOCRAT PROUDLY. As for the rest of you Americans you should Stay and Beleive EXACTLY WHAT YOU BELEIVE because those Private Prisons will NEED SHEEP LIKE YOU to stay FILLED UP as Per CONTRACT to the US Government. As for me, I'll just have myself an Umbrella Drink and sit back and watch the FREE PEOPLE walk past With NO FEAR of ANYONE aside from some CIA Terrorists. Peace.

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