The people own the means of production.
Yeah, yeah, yeah: but on the planet where the sun rises in the East, how do you instantiate this ownership, except via the state?
Property and means of production are not the same.
One may be a subset of the other, but AFTQ: was Marx for or against private property?
When you evaluate a democrat you insist that they spend their free time conspiring to impose a new world fascist regime
More accurately, I point out that more legislation == less freedom.
when you evaluate a republican you insist that they spend their free time working at soup kitchens and building orphanages.
I find out the most remarkable things about my actions from you.
Is kinder than duct
When applied to the face
With the latter, you're Canucked.
(2) Cry big alligator tears about the effects
(4) [massage the numbers to declare] Profit!!!1!
there is no record of Scott Walker helping the less fortunate on an individual basis
So you're saying he's not the sort of hypocrite who trumpets acts of charity. Got it.
Marx does not aspire to the creation of a giant homogeneous state.
Then who owns the means of production, if not the state? Marx certainly H8s private property, as that's what the Bourgeoisie is all about, right?
I rather do. He seems to capture the overall commitment to veracity, respect for opinion at variance with his own, and dedication to ensuring that the will of We The People is carried out that one knows informs the Left at all levels.
On gubmint you bet
Or whether one's trust
In market is set