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« Reply #50 on: February 11, 2004, 02:30:33 pm »
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Conservative. I'm a Federalist. George Washington, Ben Franklin, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, etc.

You're also a protectionist (puke)

I'm an economic nationalist patriot. America First!  Our industrial base is eroding, factories are closing, and manufacturing jobs are moving overseas, and I refuse to stop supporting candidates who believe that we shouldn't worship at the altar of that golden globalism calf.
I can understand your point. We have same problem in Finland.

You got Nokia... Wink
Yes we do.

But high-tech industry is shifting to China, to Estonia etc. I fear that only research and development are staying.

Yeah, but western countries still have a lot of advantages. In the longer run it will all even out, as the poorer countries get richer and experience rising living standards their wages will rise to our levels. And they'll also get inflation  from the risig demand as people get more money.
It is clear that in the long run globalization will benefit developing countries and all of us, but there also will be huge problems. Change is unavoidable, but it is also tough.

So right. But in economical matters it's often better to go along with it, rather than trying to fight it.
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« Reply #51 on: February 12, 2004, 04:50:32 pm »
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Conservative. I'm a Federalist. George Washington, Ben Franklin, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, etc.

You're also a protectionist (puke)

I'm an economic nationalist patriot. America First!  Our industrial base is eroding, factories are closing, and manufacturing jobs are moving overseas, and I refuse to stop supporting candidates who believe that we shouldn't worship at the altar of that golden globalism calf.
I can understand your point. We have same problem in Finland.

You got Nokia... Wink
Yes we do.

But high-tech industry is shifting to China, to Estonia etc. I fear that only research and development are staying.

Yeah, but western countries still have a lot of advantages. In the longer run it will all even out, as the poorer countries get richer and experience rising living standards their wages will rise to our levels. And they'll also get inflation  from the risig demand as people get more money.
It is clear that in the long run globalization will benefit developing countries and all of us, but there also will be huge problems. Change is unavoidable, but it is also tough.

So right. But in economical matters it's often better to go along with it, rather than trying to fight it.

No, if, for your children's futures,  you want to keep your nation strong, if you want to protect your way of life and your culture, you have a duty to fight.  
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« Reply #52 on: February 12, 2004, 04:58:31 pm »
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Conservative. I'm a Federalist. George Washington, Ben Franklin, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, etc.

You're also a protectionist (puke)

I'm an economic nationalist patriot. America First!  Our industrial base is eroding, factories are closing, and manufacturing jobs are moving overseas, and I refuse to stop supporting candidates who believe that we shouldn't worship at the altar of that golden globalism calf.
I can understand your point. We have same problem in Finland.

You got Nokia... Wink
Yes we do.

But high-tech industry is shifting to China, to Estonia etc. I fear that only research and development are staying.

Yeah, but western countries still have a lot of advantages. In the longer run it will all even out, as the poorer countries get richer and experience rising living standards their wages will rise to our levels. And they'll also get inflation  from the risig demand as people get more money.
It is clear that in the long run globalization will benefit developing countries and all of us, but there also will be huge problems. Change is unavoidable, but it is also tough.

So right. But in economical matters it's often better to go along with it, rather than trying to fight it.

No, if, for your children's futures,  you want to keep your nation strong, if you want to protect your way of life and your culture, you have a duty to fight.  

Fighting progress on economy leads nowhere. It's better to try and make the best out of the situation you have, imo.
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« Reply #53 on: February 18, 2004, 11:44:06 am »
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Socialism/Social Democracy seems to be most common ideology here. I thought that it would be conservatism, because slight majority of forum members are republicans. Obviously there are lot of republicans who haven't voted yet.
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« Reply #54 on: February 18, 2004, 07:25:44 pm »
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Social Democrat
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« Reply #55 on: February 18, 2004, 07:52:52 pm »
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Too many socialists!
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