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Driving ambition of Capitalism.

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  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    The goal of capitalism is to make money fast, easy and cheap. The purpose of all legislation designed and put forth by capitalist is to support making money faster, easier and cheaper. Defending any laws to deregulate or lessen the social burden placed on capitalism supports the continuation of fast, cheap easy profits while losing more jobs. The downside of fast, cheap and easy profits is that it removes the social benefit of an economy and actually destroys and economy. So no matter how slight light or innocent capitalist legislation appears, it will destroy an economy. One of the largest culprits in economy destruction is the Commodities Futures Modernization Act. This was supported by and signed in by Bill Clinton in 2000. It is an economy destroyer because it permitted money to be taken out of the working economy and place into holding to secure speculative transactions. Taking that money and money is the lifeblood of an economy and hoarding it into futures took money out of the hands of people that spend it and placed it in stagnation. It lowered the velocity of money. There is no money to build and or start jobs and factories. There is no defense for legislation that allows money to be stagnated. Low level opponents of financial reform are more afraid of immediate restrictions on their earnings than they are worried about totally losing all their money. There is no hope in Hillary. There is hope in Bernie. The widening income gap is a nice way to describe that the lower classes have no income and the middle classes are losing theirs. Money has to be put in the hands of people who will spend it. The country needs lots of good paying jobs and that has no chance of happening with the current legislation. Money needs velocity for an economy to survive. CFMA permits more and more money to be taken out of the economy.

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    Chet Ruminski Wrote:

    The goal of capitalism is to make money fast, easy and cheap. The purpose of all legislation designed and put forth by capitalist is to support making money faster, easier and cheaper. Defending any laws to deregulate or lessen the social burden placed on capitalism supports the continuation of fast, cheap easy profits while losing more jobs. The downside of fast, cheap and easy profits is that it removes the social benefit of an economy and actually destroys and economy. So no matter how slight light or innocent capitalist legislation appears, it will destroy an economy. One of the largest culprits in economy destruction is the Commodities Futures Modernization Act. This was supported by and signed in by Bill Clinton in 2000. It is an economy destroyer because it permitted money to be taken out of the working economy and place into holding to secure speculative transactions. Taking that money and money is the lifeblood of an economy and hoarding it into futures took money out of the hands of people that spend it and placed it in stagnation. It lowered the velocity of money. There is no money to build and or start jobs and factories. There is no defense for legislation that allows money to be stagnated. Low level opponents of financial reform are more afraid of immediate restrictions on their earnings than they are worried about totally losing all their money. There is no hope in Hillary. There is hope in Bernie. The widening income gap is a nice way to describe that the lower classes have no income and the middle classes are losing theirs. Money has to be put in the hands of people who will spend it. The country needs lots of good paying jobs and that has no chance of happening with the current legislation. Money needs velocity for an economy to survive. CFMA permits more and more money to be taken out of the economy.

    Chet, yes, but none of candidates have a clue to put anything like that on the right track. I like Bernie; but he never gets done what he wants. The timing is very bad for any of his plans because we will be in a huge worldwide crisis even before the end of the year, I believe neither Clinton or Bernie will save our ass.
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    Dutch Wrote:
    Chet Ruminski Wrote:

    The goal of capitalism is to make money fast, easy and cheap. The purpose of all legislation designed and put forth by capitalist is to support making money faster, easier and cheaper. Defending any laws to deregulate or lessen the social burden placed on capitalism supports the continuation of fast, cheap easy profits while losing more jobs. The downside of fast, cheap and easy profits is that it removes the social benefit of an economy and actually destroys and economy. So no matter how slight light or innocent capitalist legislation appears, it will destroy an economy. One of the largest culprits in economy destruction is the Commodities Futures Modernization Act. This was supported by and signed in by Bill Clinton in 2000. It is an economy destroyer because it permitted money to be taken out of the working economy and place into holding to secure speculative transactions. Taking that money and money is the lifeblood of an economy and hoarding it into futures took money out of the hands of people that spend it and placed it in stagnation. It lowered the velocity of money. There is no money to build and or start jobs and factories. There is no defense for legislation that allows money to be stagnated. Low level opponents of financial reform are more afraid of immediate restrictions on their earnings than they are worried about totally losing all their money. There is no hope in Hillary. There is hope in Bernie. The widening income gap is a nice way to describe that the lower classes have no income and the middle classes are losing theirs. Money has to be put in the hands of people who will spend it. The country needs lots of good paying jobs and that has no chance of happening with the current legislation. Money needs velocity for an economy to survive. CFMA permits more and more money to be taken out of the economy.

    Chet, yes, but none of candidates have a clue to put anything like that on the right track. I like Bernie; but he never gets done what he wants. The timing is very bad for any of his plans because we will be in a huge worldwide crisis even before the end of the year, I believe neither Clinton or Bernie will save our ass.
    Dutch, The headlines for a financial crash are what people have lost. The not talked about story is about the winners in a crash. When it is all over the big money families own more. Regulations are needed to put money back into the hands of people who will spend it. All the recent laws have been designed to make it easier, faster and cheaper to make money. In the national interest has to be the reason to save the country and make money go back into jobs producing investments. Under the laws of the late 1990s the biggest money makers in financial trading today would have been illegal.