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Why do conservatives try to give up consumer/environmental protection so they can save capitalism?

Posted by admin on February 6, 2013 in Environment Protection with 14 Comments


People need a clean environment, safe products, a decent workplace and job security. We need to regulate industry to make sure we have these necessities.

If that means capitalism can’t make a profit, so what? It’s not the only system out there.

Capitalism is deception about ownership of companies. There are all new companies, stores, restaurants, and banks every 4 years and an average employment duration of 1 year within false economics capitalism, (that is possibly a secret homelessness without health insurance death camp). Remaining solvent does not actually exist within false economics capitalism.

Get rich quick schemes in the capitalist business world, (buyouts, IPOs, conglomerates, acquisitions, mergers, and the stock market), do not actually work. Profit existing in the capitalist business world, or millionaires existing within capitalism, is pathological deception committed by the 21 organizations spying on the population with plain clothes agents, (with covert fake names and fake backgrounds).

Actual economics is the persons that are paying the business loans of companies voting at work in order to control the property they are paying for. The employees of companies are also paying the expenses of companies beyond the salary of the employees.

Capitalism is the psychology of imaginary parents, false economics, and the criminal deception of employees that are paying the bills (including the stocks and bonds, or shares) of companies.

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  1. RichardFebruary 6, 2013 - 6:10 pm #1

    They do?
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  2. Bitter TacoFebruary 6, 2013 - 6:47 pm #2

    WalMart does not = Capitalism = Monopoly
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  3. The Ghost with the MostFebruary 6, 2013 - 7:22 pm #3

    And what system would you rather have replace it?
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  4. jdmFebruary 6, 2013 - 8:11 pm #4

    Where do you come up with these things? I know…maybe I can buy a bumpersticker from Terra whatever and they can pat me on my pride.

    For all of the Civil Liberties whining you folks do, you really don’t see the forrest through the trees, do you?
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  5. JimSockFebruary 6, 2013 - 8:56 pm #5

    They are already regulated. Now what do you want?

    Do you want the government to regulate it?
    So why don’t you want the government to control it?
    By that I mean, why are all environmental and safety mandates un-funded?
    Why doesn’t the government want to pay for it? Doesn’t the government care about the environment?
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  6. C.J.February 6, 2013 - 9:13 pm #6

    capitalism is the only system that works. How do you think America became the best nation in the world? People don’t need a clean environment. I don’t know what Liberal network told you that, but they’re lying. We want a clean environment, but that can be achieved without the government. You socialist/liberal/hippy/green people think the government is the only thing that can do anything. You’re horribly mistaken.
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  7. steelyrayFebruary 6, 2013 - 9:52 pm #7

    Job security is a construct of the past where borders were more important. These days we have a global market and global competition. Some competitors shortcut their costs by sacrificing safety, environment, decent wages, etc. In order to keep our jobs we have to compete with them where it comes to the creation of commodities. That’s why you should encourage your children to work in ‘upmarket’ fields which cannot as easily become commodities.

    The basics of market capitalism have always existed in some fashion. The first is that in a free, essentially borderless world, there are not enough resources for everyone. This means that some are going to go without. Who goes without is a function of governments and competition for those resources. Not everyone can have everything. It simply doesn’t work.
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  8. regeruggedFebruary 6, 2013 - 10:24 pm #8

    When a poser starts a question with "Why" it always turns out to be a leading question. "Do you still beat your wife." It is my favorite example of a leading question.

    I am a conservative. I value capitalism. I also want a healthy environment. Free enterprise works every time it is tried. Socialism fails everywhere. You cannot deny history.

    I live near Pittsburgh. During the Korean War, there were over 100,000 people employed in the steel industry in SW PA. We had terrible air quality. Now we have about 1,000 people in the steel industry and relatively clean air.

    Explain your understanding of what constitutes job security. Consider this: probably 95,000 of those workers were in the Steel Workers’ union. What did the government regulating Democrats do about that? Answer: nothing.
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  9. NeoLibs are PathogensFebruary 6, 2013 - 10:42 pm #9

    I know profit is a bad word for people of your ilk, but it’s what provides decent workplaces, safer products and the technology for a cleaner environment. Without capitalism, factories would still be belching black smoke…like in communist countries. I know you crave some nanny-state, but I can wipe my own butt, thank you, and don’t need the government to do that.
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  10. Smart KatFebruary 6, 2013 - 11:12 pm #10

    Conservatives don’t want to give up regulation. They just don’t think there always needs to be more & more regulation.

    People need protection, but there comes a time when the loads & loads of "protection" given is just a waste, if not actually becoming a hinderance.

    We may disagree on how much regulation is needed, but it is very dishonest for liberals like you to claim we want NO regulation.
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  11. Time to Shrug, AtlasFebruary 6, 2013 - 11:32 pm #11

    How well did the "not-for-profit" collective farms work in the old Soviet Union? How many millions starved to death again?

    Profits are nothing more than a signal of where resources are most wanted/needed in a society. And they lead to a FAR more efficient allocation of resources than a group of bureaucrats 1,000 miles away.

    But to the point of your question, externalities will definitely arise from the capitalistic system of production. A Conservative (using the term in a fiscal, not social sense) simply questions whether ceding an ever increasing amount of control to a central agency will necessarily lead to better results…
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  12. MorpheusFebruary 7, 2013 - 12:17 am #12

    And the funny part of all this is… the religious nut, toothless trailer-dwellers who make up the bulk of the GOP are far from being "CAPITALIST". They support this bizzare system of greed which they call "Freedom" because FOX "News" tells them to.

    It’s amazing how many poor dumb people are fooled by the republicans! Best sales job in history – and it goes back to Nixon.
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  13. Peace through blinding forceFebruary 7, 2013 - 12:55 am #13

    They don’t.
    Why do liberals believe the key to success is to alienate, injure and kill your customers rather than satisfying them?
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  14. j2442jFebruary 7, 2013 - 1:07 am #14

    Capitalism is deception about ownership of companies. There are all new companies, stores, restaurants, and banks every 4 years and an average employment duration of 1 year within false economics capitalism, (that is possibly a secret homelessness without health insurance death camp). Remaining solvent does not actually exist within false economics capitalism.

    Get rich quick schemes in the capitalist business world, (buyouts, IPOs, conglomerates, acquisitions, mergers, and the stock market), do not actually work. Profit existing in the capitalist business world, or millionaires existing within capitalism, is pathological deception committed by the 21 organizations spying on the population with plain clothes agents, (with covert fake names and fake backgrounds).

    Actual economics is the persons that are paying the business loans of companies voting at work in order to control the property they are paying for. The employees of companies are also paying the expenses of companies beyond the salary of the employees.

    Capitalism is the psychology of imaginary parents, false economics, and the criminal deception of employees that are paying the bills (including the stocks and bonds, or shares) of companies.
    References :

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