So why did you call him my "girl"? What was the purpose of that label?
Variation. If it bothers you, you may s/girl/no talent rodeo clown/ or s/girl/#OccupyResoluteDesk/ or s/girl/Keystone Keynesian/ at your leisure.
When you discard the conventions of language to that degree, our ability to communicate is severely hampered. At the very least you could stick to one silly nickname if you insist on discarding reality. Hell you can call the president commander damn_registrars if you want, since you insist that there is no difference between us. Just stick to one. When you have an ever-growing laundry list of insulting names for him it is impossible to know when you are talking about him - as opposed to talking about anyone else - you could at least be kind enough to say when you are using another new silly nickname so it is clear who you are referring to.
I asked you if you could name a successful economy anywhere that has fewer regulations in its market than what we have in the US and you have been unable to do so - because no such economy exists.
You have never offered any proof of this assertion. Perhaps the unable one is YOU.
Don't be stupid. All of our top trading partners have markets that are more regulated than ours and they are pretty well all doing better than ours economically. Look at our top trading partner (do you know who it is? don't cheat and look this one up on google or wikipedia before you try to answer), they have a significantly more regulated market and they did not have half of the economic calamities we have faced in the past decade.
Nobody has proposed a true alternative that would give the insurance industry any reason to be the least bit afraid.
And so, if we're going to demonize the insurance industry, how do we reform this situation? I say: competition. What say you?
I say that we already know competition is absolutely not the answer in terms of health insurance. it might be OK for car insurance, life insurance, hair insurance, or any of a variety of other forms of insurance, but it does not work for health insurance. Increasing competition between insurance companies will only increase the cost of delivering health care and make it more difficult for consumers to get the care they need. I have argued for decades that health insurance here needs to be a single payer system - just like in the rest of the developed world.
You use it, but you have no clue whatsoever what it means. You would do yourself a favor to find a different word instead since you have no interest on understanding what socialism is.
And you have failed to offer anything beyond a textual sneer
That is a strange way to describe the places where I demonstrated that you have no idea what you are talking about when you use the words "socialism", "socialist", or any variation of either.
I'm guessing that the Socialist emperor has no clothes. Feel free to demonstrate otherwise
Being as we don't have a socialist emperor, there is no need to demonstrate any further.