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EV_Ares Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri May-18-07 07:14 AM
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16. I agree with you. I like to pull out the best of both if you can. I don't
think our capitalistic system is working all that great or fairly for all concerned and also realize there is no perfect system. However, there are a lot of socialist programs that can benefit those who need the help and help move them into a better life instead of just leaving them out there with no safety net.
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