how do socialists deal with someone wanting to install a pool in their backyard? Are they allowed to or are only publily owned pools allowed?
- JamesLv 72 years ago
Ask a Canadian or anyone from Europe.
- 2 years ago
The same way conservatives do
They require them to go through a zoning process, which is largely to preserve the value of the surrounding housing stock.
Oh and then they raise their property taxes.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 72 years ago
in a socialism regime, no one has enough money to install a pool in their backyard, so the issue doesn't arise
- 2 years ago
You are a very strange person, dude.
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- DaroLv 72 years ago
Ultimately the workers only purpose is to serve their masters, which are the politicians.
Like Bernie Sanders, never lifted a finger his whole life. Discovering the wonders of socialism was his greatest achievement (became multimillionaire on your dime). Vote himself into your pockets, while promising YOU an equal share of the socialist pie.
- Gryphyn39Lv 62 years ago
Socialism means the state owns everything, including your home. You wouldn't have any property rights. And you in no way would be able to have a pool in the backyard. Why? because the state wouldn't spend the money on the individual. Just the collective.
- Dr. BrightLv 72 years ago
You obviously have no idea how Socialism works. Which is generally the case with most things Conservatives object to.
- Anonymous2 years ago
depends you will get help to build it if you allowed others to u se it and cheap help of usage is a lot cheaper then paying or taking a loan out to get it done.
- Wage SlaveLv 72 years ago
They are allowed to. "Private property" in socialism doesn't mean your house, backyard, etc. "Private property" refers to the productive means - factories, equipment, corporate computing systems, offices, etc. Your house, yard, toothbrush, etc. is personal property. It's an important distinction.