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America, Dank, and Fail: Fig. 1: Capitalism explained by Capitalists Fig, 2: Socialism explained by Socialists Demand Supply Equilibrium Value (relative to inflation, btw) Tax Compensation (Businesses and Rich don't pay taxes they tag them to the prices) +Labor Costs This system will evenutally eliminate the poor and rich Higher Value EquilibriumValue and create one big "working Pensions class," free to reap the whole Value fruits of their labor and those least fortunate members of society will be assisted Price (Higher than equilibrium, as result of costs) Is the price too high for a particular consumer? (Y/N) Equilibrium Value Cost- Fail Equilibrium Value > Cost Win Social Bureacracy Potential sales lost: Potential Capital lost Potential Job Growth lost MiddlePrograms Class $Sale $ Regulation Sales Profit Profits Profit - Shares - Executive Income The employed get money to spend in the market, in turn not only funding other workers via trade, but the businesses who employ more workers; the result is a self-sufficient economy without recourse to government (taxes and labor costs would reduce in the absence of intervention, lowering prices and improving the number of sales.) Capital - Marketing - Research and Development nsion laxes Job Growth All in all, the businessman and shareholders get rich, con- sumers get what they want, workers get their cut, and the poor find jobs Woot Fig. 3: Socialism explained by Capitalists Fig. 4: Capitalism explained by Socialists 19 2 This sytem wil evernutalty ellminato tho poor and rich1. The aim of socialism is to bring the lower and croato one big "workin classes into the middle class and dissolve the class, free to reap the whole PoorPensions u e ubos and oeupper classes; what is not realized here is the east fortunate members of existance of a centralized bureaucracy would only sockety w5 isedset up a new upper class of "bureaucratic elites Socia MiddleProgram Bureacracy privileging themselves with the primary hold on capital and resources as they monopolize distribu- tion; this solution to "class warfare" defeats itself 2. While some individuals are truly disadvantaged and in need of help, automatically labeling the poor as "in need" is a sure way to keep them so. Not only is the welfare system flawed in acting as a "free lunch" to the unwilling, but also a trap, waiting to backfire as soon as individuals standard of living raises to a point where they no longer qualify for aid, but will not maintain a good standard of living for some time until they are independant RichLabor Taxes 4 . The services provided by bureaucracy are poor and make for a tax more expensive than any bill or pricetag on the narket; they are poor for the same reason a diabetic has more incentive to excercise than a perfectly fit individual here's always the threat of health, metaphorically job security. Also, they are more expensive due to added-on ureaucratic costs (paperwork, wages, etc.) and the cost for the actual services themselves, even more so for high- end service. 4. By putting the tax burden on the rich and business, one is sure to hamper industry; every cent of a rofit taxed is a cent lost to being able to provide more jobs, better goods and services, and a better working facility This is to assume that the bureaucracy won't own and manage the workplaces, in which the threat of failure and rofit loss would not factor in decision-making for the company's (worker's) best interests. 5. The fallacy in criticizing he rich as greedy, manipulative, and authoritative is that socialism's alternative, bureaucracy, is in essence no differ nt the problem now is the cronies are working together instead of competing. 6. Like taxation, regulation is a hin- rance to industry; instead of directly cutting into capital, it is a loss of potential gains. While they are good meaning egulations hinder the efficiency and production capabilities of the workplace, only hurting the worker in the end. 7 Soviet Russia, China and North Korea are/were socialist economies; next up, America <p>🅱hit on yourself via /r/dank_meme <a href="http://ift.tt/2eGiP9n">http://ift.tt/2eGiP9n</a></p>

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Bad, Fast Food, and Food: IF YOU THINK WORKERS WHO STAND OVER BOILING FRY BASKETS 8 HOURS A DAY ARE "LAZY"' AND "DONT DESERVE" $15/HR BUT THE CEO WHO MAKES $9200/HR WORKS HARD" YOU SUCK AS A HUMAN BEING Walter Lim/Flickr <p><a href="http://southernrepublicangirl.tumblr.com/post/140294842178/libertybill-phroyd-republicans-suck-as-human" class="tumblr_blog">southernrepublicangirl</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://libertybill.tumblr.com/post/140294721282">libertybill</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://phroyd.tumblr.com/post/140214105632">phroyd</a>:</p> <blockquote> <h2>#Republicans Suck As Human Beings!</h2> <p><a href="http://phroyd.tumblr.com">Phroyd</a></p> </blockquote> <h2>Oh jeeze here we go!<br/></h2> <figure data-orig-width="728" data-orig-height="546" class="tmblr-full"><img data-orig-width="728" data-orig-height="546" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/7c2ab8050267f787c10882d08298e6fe/tumblr_inline_o3dshfzJlK1r4a3sa_540.jpg"/></figure><p>So I really want to address this because this whole concept of who “works harder” and who is more or less “deserving” of wages hinges upon bad economic theory.</p> <p>This is using the outdated <b>Labor Theory of Value</b>. The LTV postulates that the value of a persons labor is what gives value to the good or service they produce and that owners of the means of production reap profit off the difference between wages and the price of the product. <br/></p> <figure data-orig-width="728" data-orig-height="546" class="tmblr-full"><img data-orig-width="728" data-orig-height="546" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/6ef0d23aa35f80aa514f9a4f3932a97a/tumblr_inline_o3dsg9EQWr1r4a3sa_540.jpg"/></figure><p>In reality, the value of labor in the processes of production have no relation to the value of the good or service. Value of a good or service is completely subjective to each individual. This means that any notion of who deserves what and who works harder than another person is devoid from what they are paid. The value of your labor is comprised of the aggregate subjective opinions of all employers in the market based off the scarcity of your labor. This is called the Subjective Theory of Value.</p> <figure data-orig-width="600" data-orig-height="600" class="tmblr-full"><img data-orig-width="600" data-orig-height="600" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/a2f0815ec6639d7a321328c4034b7ac1/tumblr_na5cp6rPWh1qd33r3o1_1280.jpg"/></figure></blockquote> <p>I have worked in fast food and let me tell you, there is nothing difficult about putting food in a frier and pressing a button. Easiest, and surprisingly favorite, job I’ve had. </p></blockquote> <p>Lmao OP actually thinks you could put a couple of fry cooks in a board room and have them run the company.</p>

southernrepublicangirl: libertybill: phroyd: #Republicans Suck As Human Beings! Phroyd Oh jeeze here we go! So I really want to address ...

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