To bad Marx confused "Capitalism" with "Corporatism" and corporatism is nothing more than Government and Big Business playing patty cake and having a big old circle jerk. Free market capitalism leaves the economy (aka you, me, and the consumer) help determine demand and business fill the demand. This is far more efficient then central planning which is almost always slower to react then diversified parties providing demand.
I agree citation is needed but isn't your restriction like saying "anyone who doesn't agree with me does not count?" As for citation: http://edlabor.house.gov/documents/111/pdf/publications/AAHCA-SHAREDRESPONSIBILITY-071409.pdf [QUOTE] ALL AMERICANS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR HAVING HEALTH INSURANCE, EXCEPT IN CASES OF HARDSHIP The reforms in the bill will make health care coverage more affordable so that all Americans have access to coverage that protects against catastrophic costs. Individuals who choose not to obtain basic health coverage will be subject to a modest penalty based on 2.5 percent of income. In no case would the penalty exceed the average cost of a health care policy in the Exchange. Hardship waivers will be granted to individuals based on criteria such as affordability or religious objections, among other reasons.
On paper we do, but our government has pretty much trashed the constitution. Given how corruption works in Europe and how many people quite frankly ignore their government you have a very valid point
I second that. English voice actor vs. Japanese voice actor debate aside, Cowboy Bebop is an anime the would be robbed of it's mojo if it was live action. I don't have anything against Keanu but this has live action Street Fighter written all over it.