Saturday, September 2, 2017

reconfigured "socialism" inches forward

Young Americans blame capitalism for crises in housing, healthcare and falling wages. Once demonised, the word ‘socialism’ is back as a new political movement takes root.
This feels as if it were true, though whether it will gain traction is another matter. Neither Republicans (the "no" folks) nor Democrats (who seem unable to capitalize on the stupidity of the Republicans) have found strong footing.

Am I wrong, or is this left-leaning wisp of a political cloud in for a reinvigorated lifestyle? They'd better lose the "socialist" moniker -- too freighted -- but the direction and desires (let's cut to the chase) strike me as correct.

Go get 'em, kids!

1 comment:

  1. I find the most interesting thing about these stores is found in the comments. They probably aren't representative, but they do drag all of the arguments out, pro and con.

    Human history has always been about the methods used by the wolves to share and manage the sheep, and that will never change. These fights are just the infighting between the wolves.