Tea Party and economics

“Its OK to drink from the barrel while the water is flowing.”

Let’s look at the definition of capitalism under the new world Socialism:

World Socialist definition of capitalism:
“Capitalism is the social system which now exists in all countries of the world. Under this system, the means for producing and distributing goods (the land, factories, technology, transport system etc) are owned by a small minority of people. We refer to this group of people as the capitalist class. The majority of people must sell their ability to work in return for a wage or salary (who we refer to as the working class.) “
What is my point of this diatribe?
How can the Tea Party support capitalism in its current rapacious popular format ( as depicted in “ATLAS SHRUGGED” written by Tea Party icon Ayn Rand ) in this country and yet when someone finds a way to CAPITALIZE on making money from the new economic model under President Obama, that person is criticized?
I have failed to write since the last election and old “Joe the Plumber” (another Tea Party icon) exploits in his supposed business venture (see my prior post) due to my ambivalence toward the Tea Party and its hypocrisy. WELL no longer.
STAY OUT OF  ECONOMIC MODELS, SUCH AS THE EFFECT OF TAXATION ON THE ECONOMY, YOU FAIL TO UNDERSTAND!!
THE TEA PARTY living proof why people should not believe everything they read and why certain people should not try to interpret tax law without a license.
It’s like in the old days — if your old TV set was broken would you just open it up and start a repair on your own?
Same applies to tax law.
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