As usual I am among the last to notice, but I finally did notice. Wally, a popular Christian blogger had not been posting much. Here, in his post, he explains.
So why the reblog? Well, I wanted to congratulate Wally. Sounds like he has had a welcome distraction. I hope it turns out well for him.
In addition, Wally’s post is timely. It has merit as a good explanation of how Capitalism works in practice. Given what our presidential election has been about, that makes it worth considering.
This election is a competition between two distinctly different world views. Capitalism on one side. Crony Capitalism on the other.
On one side we have Donald Trump. He is not a Conservative, but his campaign does show considerable respect for our traditions as a constitutional republic. Those traditions include a Capitalist economic system.
On the other side we have Hillary Clinton, who promises more of what Barack Hussein Obama has done. In practice the Democrats promote a fiendish economic system. We call it Crony Capitalism. Instead of merit, Crony Capitalism is about political connections. Over time — if not opposed — the Democrats will create a command economy, and political connections will be the only thing that matters.
Hello Blog World!!! I have not fallen off of the planet at all; I have just been strolling very close to the edge. Maybe you have noticed, and maybe you have not; I haven’t written a lick in weeks, and have commented very little. I have managed to keep up pretty well on my reading, which has been very gratifying.
I just wanted to kind of update my friends on things. It all started about 4 weeks ago, right after I finished a regular(long) work week. My boss, our manager, suddenly transferred to another office in the northern part of the state. Since I was his backup for days off and such, I was suddenly him by default. It is now 36 days later of straight working, and I am still….it. So for 36 days I have been running out of the house around 530 each morning and returning around…
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