May 18, 2005
Corporations and Socialism
It had to happen. Some American business executives struggling to compete in the new global markets have come to the conclusion that the United States government should provide pensions and health care for their workers.
Here is the argument: Since governments in Europe have socialist pension and health care systems, European corporations can sell their goods and services cheaper than can United States companies on the world markets. If the United States government would take over pensions and health care, United States companies could be more competitve.
Those in business in health care and in pension fund industries should argue that they would compete better on the world stage if the goverment would just take over the manufacture of automobiles and planes in the United States.
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