Saturday, July 12, 2014

Where to move to if you really love Socialism!

My friends I am sick and tired of the liberal's vile rhetorical sputum about how great socialism is and the Democrat's focused and continued mission to move this country to full blown socialism.   To the liberals in America that I know, please tell me why, with one of your often referenced socialist utopia (Cuba), only 90 miles south of the southernmost point in the United States (that's Key West, Florida for you low information liberals who only wake up only occasionally to attack this blog), you don't just move to Cuba?

My questions is simple, if you don't like America why the hell would you continue to live here?

So for you whiners about America just leave!  There are many countries in the world who have adopted socialism.  But don't be surprised when your liberty and freedoms are severely restricted and you soon become a slave to the state once leave America.

If Cuba won't take you, or is full because all your friends beat you there, here is a list from Wikipedia of other countries for you to choose from.

The glorious success of socialism around the world.

Images from Cuba
The Cuban Family Sedan
 Advanced Transportation Systems
 Average Day on the Street
 A Government Run Hospital in Cuba

As depressing as these images are, Cuban socialists are burdened with the signature socialist job market and pay scale.  Cuban citizens are the equivalent of indentured servants to the socialist Cuban government, except their is no hope for paying off your contract.    

Cuban economy (from Wikipedia)

"The Cuban state adheres to socialist principles in organizing its largely state-controlled planned economy. Most of the means of production are owned and run by the government and most of the labor force is employed by the state. Recent years have seen a trend toward more private sector employment. By 2006, public sector employment was 78% and private sector, mainly composed by personal property, 22%, compared to 91.8% to 8.2% in 1981.[154] Any firm wishing to hire a Cuban must pay the Cuban government, which in turn will pay the employee in Cuban pesos.[155] The average monthly wage as of July 2013 is 466 Cuban pesos, which are worth about US$19.[156]"

While in the capitalist economy in the United States, as quoted by the US Government is:

"According to the Census ACS survey, the median household income for the United States was $51,371 in 2012,"

So my readers, you tell me, why would anyone want to live in a socialist country?

I'm Just Sayin!

Willie P

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