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Sharing the Marbles

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A NYT article appropriate to my many blogs on the subject of economic sharing has been published. Note that the reference at the end is to Sarah Palin. Conservatives may understand the problem better than some think! Interesting! See:

http://campaignstops.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/20/how-to-get-the-rich-to-share-the-marbles/?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=thab1

Comments

RoeDapple 3 years ago

I say if you try to force the wealthy to share they will hide their marbles . . .

Armstrong 3 years ago

Here's the problem. The blog assumes both kids will " work " one as hard as the other. In real life many kids / adults don't like to work. The kid willing to put forth the effort or do the work is the one who should be rewarded for his efforts.

Armstrong 3 years ago

You may want to stick with clever youtube cut and pastes. Lineal thinking doesn't seem to work for ya

Armstrong 3 years ago

you don't need my help for that

camper 3 years ago

I agree Armstrong. It is the lazy country club types that just don't want to put forth any effort. And why should they? Their money works for em.

Armstrong 3 years ago

Profound thought camper, think that one up all by yourself did ya ? Another swing and a miss - the point. Typical

camper 3 years ago

Thanks Armstrong. I think I swung and hit the ball. But I grant it might not have been a good shot anyway. Probably hooked one into the woods man.

Armstrong 3 years ago

Celeb Apprentice, now there's a show. Nice to watch good ol American capitolism hard at work. Sometimes fun to watch the drama and too.

rockchalker52 3 years ago

Why is there never enough room on the same page?

RoeDapple 3 years ago

Did somebody mention Sarah Palin? . . .

RoeDapple 3 years ago

Geez, I'm still tryin' to shake the image of Sarah Palin helping me pull the rope . . .

George Lippencott 3 years ago

Tange, care to comment on the implications of the article to efforts to redistribute wealth?

George Lippencott 3 years ago

And rocks move across the desert in Death Valley. Yes, you!

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