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Posted by10 hours ago

外围体育投注Not trying to be a dick, but I do wonder, is there any country which managed to make capitalism work the same way it has been idealized in the US for the past ~40 years?

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Posted by11 hours ago

外围体育投注I use them interchangeably but apparently they’re not the same thing so can someone explain and give examples??

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Posted by16 hours ago

How are they supposed to make decisions that is better for the public when they could easily be swayed by their own personal gain? Like the president is supposed to not have conflict of interests (Trump is the exception I guess), so why not people like senators who actually are voting in the actual laws?

外围体育投注What is to stop them from giving a company slack that they are invested in?

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Posted by18 hours ago

I know I might just be a middle class college educated white guy in America, but it shocks me how so many poor people in America seem to be really in support of capitalism, to the point they think that taxing rich people could eventually hurt them personally. Is my perception wrong? Why aren't all poor people socialists?

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Posted by20 hours ago

I cant for the life me bring myself to vote Trump and Biden. It makes me cringe thinking about either them being president next year. I know I am not alone and I want to vote 3rd party but have been told that's like wasting a vote. Is there any 3rd party candidates that have any steam?

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