“…the pandemic is no time to forget about family abolition.”
“…able to make enough to meet demand.”
“capitalism and communism seem to have delivered us to the same results on shop shelves.”
“Little Mike” the least of Trump’s worries?
“we’re not vandals, we’re not thugs”
Dems about to retreat back into their urban bubble?
Plus: Trump comes through impeachment undamaged.
“I don’t want your money as much as we want your power. The people, not me.”
What about homemade cookies?
“We ran that social experiment for 100 years and capitalism won.”
Irony, 2019 style.
“We’re going to see a new kind of capitalism…”
Um… should we tell them?
“If we’re not careful, we’re going to end helping to re-elect the worst president in American history.”
“if it’s Bernie versus Trump, I have no f***ing idea what I’m going to do.”
“He’s really concerned about the social contract…”
Incompatible theories of governance and society
“…the worst-case scenario is that global GDP in 2100 would be 8.2 percent lower than it would otherwise be.”
She keeps telling us she’s an anti-capitalist.
“We’ve gotten it right sometimes, and we’ve gotten it wrong sometimes.”
Still a generation removed?
“Capitalism has not always existed in the world and will not always exist in the world.”
“Abruptly, I found myself excommunicated…”
Capitalism in action, but it’s complicated
Burn all the things down
Americans still love free enterprise.
“It necessitates the impoverishment and exploitation of working people…”
Could have fooled us
The end didn’t justify the meanness
“he stopped halfway, without taking the necessary steps to move towards socialism”
“Conservatism is a form of gratitude.”
“So here is a fact that is going to sound reasonably controversial but it is not…”
But this story is about much more than that
“It should be stated plainly: It’s capitalism that is at fault.”
No, but I suppose at least some of the confusion is understandable
Ah, good times…
As with everything else, it’s complicated
“we’re going to have to augment the hypercapitalism which will provide the growth of the hypersocialism”
Modernize or move along
“There’s a gift shop that sells standard museum trinkets…”
Turns out he was onto something
“It should not be this easy for Chinese Communist Party propaganda to make its way into major American newsrooms.”
Sorry, not sorry. No, wait… I’m sorry after all