- Jan 13, 2010
It's not that socialism and regulation makes things impossible. It makes things much more difficult, increases costs, and creates capital misallocation. At some point it fails as people run out of money as there are more takers than workers left.I'll bite. And I'm certain you won't respond. But here we go: name three items that *you*, in practical reality, were unable to find/do because of a "lack of a free market". Not a hypothetical "I want to shoot an eagle with a grenade launcher" freedom, or "having design standards on roads means my taxes go up" but a product or service you want that's unavailable. And the thing is you don't get to make assumptions based on your options. You need to use concrete examples.
You know who has a free market? Somalia.
I would start with moving states to continue doing my job.