When liberals complain about the concentration of wealth in the captains of industry, do they realize that those greedy men create jobs?
Socialism doesn't create jobs; it stifles incentive.
- Integration 20Lv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
They actually believe that socialism will achieve 100% employment and economic freedom.
It is almost as though they don't know what happened to the Soviet Union...
😂 😘 👌 Lolz
- Larry CLv 76 months ago
They started to do so in the 1880's, a time when it was actually needed, but it started going overboard in the 1960's.
- The TaxpayerLv 76 months ago
Liberals don't seem to notice the concentration of wealth is in liberal areas...anyway, they hope the poor don't notice. Look at LA, SF, Seattle, NY...all of them chock full of liberal millionaires and politicians while the poor in those areas get poorer and poorer. Democrats voters are such suckers.
- JeromeLv 66 months ago
That word CREATE again.
GREEDY & BASTARDS creating what? For whom?
When greedy ( alpha) & bastards ( beta) gets even greedier what KIND of jobs are CREATED & RECREATED? RECREATional jobs? Lol
Working just to be working and say you aren't like those lazy bums. J.O.B. JUST OVER BROKE.
Recreation is an activity of leisure, leisure being discretionary time. The "need to do something for recreation" is an essential element of human biology and psychology. Recreational activities are often done for enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure and are considered to be "fun".
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- LollyLv 76 months ago
Did you go back in a time machine to get those phrases?
- Les Than SpamLv 56 months ago
Wherever the capitalist economy prevails we find
the problem of unemployment. Even in times of industrial expan-
sion and prosperity there is always a surplus of available labor in
some places and some occupations, though there may be a deficit
in other places and other occupations. Never at any time has the
capitalist economy of any country provided a job for every worker
and a worker for every job.
Despite the tendency to monopoly exhibited by modern indus-
trial society, there is still a vast amount of competition and that
competition is a factor, though by no means the sole factor, in the
lack of anything like a scientific organization of industry. Pro-
duction is still haphazard, anarchical and unregulated. We pro-
duce certain commodities feverishly, stimulated by a rising market.
Workers are overworked with lamentable ill effects, both physical
and moral. Then there is a more or less sudden halt. The market
is glutted. From overwork the workers pass rapidly to unemploy-
A socialist society would not only find useful employment for
all those elements which go to make up the unemployed mass of
the present system, but also for the vast numbers now employed
at useless and anti-social tasks, for which a socialist economy
could have no place. Most of the labor spent in advertising
belongs to this category. So do the vast majority of travelling
salesmen, lawyers, brokers, bankers, clerks, insurance agents, real
estate agents, and so on. So do the vast majority of those employed
in the manufacture of munitions of war, and in the naval and mili-
- Magnum Cum LoudeLv 56 months ago
It's interesting how people who project such strong work ethic on the internet think that having your bare necessities covered would kill one's incentive to work and grow. Speak for yourself, losers.
- -j.Lv 76 months ago
Then why is there any unemployment, ever? The rich in America are richer than they have ever been. Why haven't they constantly been creating millions of jobs all the time?
Oh right, because they only create jobs in response to *demand*. And the poorer the population gets, the less demand there will be.