posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 03:08 PM
I beg to disagree with the OP. The only areas of the economy that are failing
are those in which the central government has interfered in the
past, a solid indication that our increasingly socialist government has no idea of what it's doing
when it comes to free market
The USA is a capitalist nation, built its superpower status on capitalism. That nation cannot survive with socialists interfering to micromanage and
regulate the markets.
There are areas of business that remain untouched by this socialist-wrought "recession" — the pharmaceutical industry, for example, and its
associated industries are enjoying some rather bullish returns, and the graph is still tracking upward for the foreseeable future.
I mean, damn
, my wife contracts for the pharmaceutical industry and she's getting a 35% bonus this year — that's 35% of her yearly income,
in one check, as a bonus. We haven't felt the so-called recession
It's true, President Hussein's tax-and-spend socialist administration is killing capitalism and chasing business out
of the USA, but I have
faith that American socialism will go the way of all
socialism — into the fossil bin of failed politics. Freedom will prevail, even if a few
heads have to roll.
In the meantime, everybody needs a bottle of aspirin or a Valium nightcap. Follow the prescription drug market and you won't go far wrong. My wife
thanks you and I thank you for your unswerving patronage.
— Doc Velocity
[edit on 6/18/2009 by Doc Velocity]