^^^ Pot meet kettle, you are without a doubt the poster child for words meaning different things to people other then whatever the fawk you meant them to mean. :laughing:And people can't understand why different people see different meanings when they read the constitution.
Above is a perfect example of the same words meaning different things to two different people.
Not my fault you can't read plain English without skewing it with your personal bias. This thread is a perfect example. You're just like all the MSM talking heads who spew biased "news".^^^ Pot meet kettle, you are without a doubt the poster child for words meaning different things to people other then whatever the fawk you meant them to mean. :laughing:
Oh, but they are. I'm fairly sure that Norway is worse than Sweden. The socialism doesn't seem strong because you don't see the failing symptoms of it yet. They still have land and resource available. They will probably always have land. But, god forbid, it will be terrible if the oil ever runs out. Taxes are high and higher taxes will be the solution. Government has its hand in everything. If anything ever goes bad financially then they will squeeze every citizen dry. I'm not sure that it will every come to that. The countries are become every increasingly Muslim. They have bigger worries other than oil being gone some day.
The funny thing is running into Indians and Arabs that have perfect Norwegian accents. :laughing:
Except Trump happened.I love threads like this.. arguing over who the best candidate is for the job, like our vote matters and the next president hasnt already been chosen by the puppet masters who REALLY control the country.
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Had a hard look at the tax rate in Denmark these days. Call it what you want, but the .gov gets most of the money it's citizens earn."I know that some people in the US associate the Nordic model with some sort of socialism. Therefore I would like to make one thing clear. Denmark is far from a socialist planned economy. Denmark is a market economy,” Rasmussen said
They are not socialist. The government does not control the means of production. They are just more liberal (you can call it socialist) than we are.
Venezuela is socialist.
Um, so does our government.Had a hard look at the tax rate in Denmark these days. Call it what you want, but the .gov gets most of the money it's citizens earn.
I have to agree with you.Um, so does our government.
The problem with your interpretation and rugger is you are basically calling everything that's shitty "socialism". Taxes are not socialism and there is no magic % that makes it socialism. Socialism has a definition.
I'm not for it and it suck ass. But words matter.