Howard Dean says we have had enough capitalism

Screamin’ Dean says we have given free-market capitalism and laissez-faire economics a chance and they failed us. Now, he and the rest of the sock puppets tell us over and over that it is time for new ideas and the institution of economic regulations. The problems are that, a) we haven’t tried free markets and, b) there is nothing new about socialist ideas.

Okay, to be fair, we did give free market capitalism a chance but we ended that experiment in 1890. The U.S. government has been increasing regulation of the economy steadily since President Benjamin Harrison signed Sherman Antitrust Act into law on July 2, 1890. Anyway, here is Dean with Obama’s hand up his ass mouthing the standard talking points.

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2 Responses to Howard Dean says we have had enough capitalism

  1. James says:

    We didn’t have enough capitalism in the last 8 years. Instead, we got farm subsidies, medicare prescription drugs, bank bailouts, and corruption.
    Now we have even less capitalism, and more corruption.

  2. Slaphappypap says:

    Thank God this didn’t come true: