Two Sentences Say It All: The Difference Between Socialism & Capitalism

Posted on December 10, 2012 7:00 pm

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7 Responses to “Two Sentences Say It All: The Difference Between Socialism & Capitalism”

  1. Son of Bob says:

    An American socialist is convinced he or she is the only one that deserves an expensive house, despite the fact they haven’t earned one.

  2. CarolyntheMommy says:

    A socialist would see a house like that and also think everyone should have a house like that. They’d then implement the government forcefully moving people into your home with you since it’s so large and can hold more people.

  3. CTCompromise says:

    A socialist in America grew up in a house like this, still lives there as an adult with their parents paying all the bills and thinks “No one should have to WORK to live like this. It should be handed to them, as it was to me”.

  4. Zaklog the Great says:

    Minor disagreement, I think a capitalist would say everyone should have a chance to live like that.

  5. Harvey says:

    @4 – Everyone DOES have a chance to live like that :-)

  6. jw says:

    a socialist would say everyone should live like that and the government should provide it.

  7. ASM826 says:

    A capitalist sees the same house and thinks, “Everyone should have the opportunity to work hard and afford a house like this.”

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