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  1. IBXer

    December 9, 2009 at 11:50 am

    The woman who says “if we are the industrial leaders of the world then we should show it by really leading…”

    Uhhh. We are the industrial leaders of the world because we were founded on the principals of individual rights and freedoms. People who work and produce are able to keep the fruits of their labor. It is the rest of the world who has lived in rejection of these principals and have socialist healthcare and economies.

    By becoming like them we are giving up what has made us the industrial leaders of the world and we are not “leading”… we would be following the rest of the world into poverty and bondage.

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