Sunday, September 30, 2012

On References to Socialism and Nazism

Socialism is socialism -- there is not distinction between "Human Socialism" and "Corporate Socialism", as inevitably one group of elites will take the reigns of power and control and command in an economy.

No mixture is possible. Either we have free markets, or we have government intervention trying to control supply and demand in some way, and these interventions become more invasive.

The idea of a "third way" in economics makes as much as sense as being "kind of pregnant" or "somewhat dead" -- the "zombie notion" of a mixed system as a permanent and stable means of distribution and production is a folly.

In another way -- "A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump." (Galatians 5: 9)

Just as there is no mixing law and grace, there is no mixing free enterprise and command and control mechanisms in economics.

Either way, another term of Henry Waxman for the 33rd Congressional District means more laws, rules, and regulations which create more intervention, frustration, and stagnation.
Please visit "Waxman Watch" -- -- for more information

Oh, and just for laughs, on account of all these irrelevant and irreverent references to Nazism, I quote the inimitable William F. Buckley when sparring with Gore Vidal :

"Don't call me a "Nazi" you qu----r, or I'll punch you in your g--d---mn mouth!"

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