I am sorry Dismuke but you obviously DO mean to be rude. Your posts have been abusive and personal and now they are becoming incoherent. I don't agree with Bob Olhsson, but I think he has argued his case effectively and courteously. Steve Abrams (socialist) ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dismuke" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 5:33 PM Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Internet Radio Status Update > --- Bob Olhsson <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > Free Enterprise just >> isn't a good enough >> business model for these folks. Wouldn't it be nice >> if Congress also put a >> cap on our housing prices? >> > > > I have not had time to look though the many postings > you have put up on the previous thread on this over > the past weekend so I cringe to think of what might be > in those. > > I am sorry, I do not mean to be rude, but the above > statement is absurd and downright dishonest. > > FREE ENTERPRISE? > > You call a GOVERNMENT PANEL setting prices FREE > ENTERPRISE? > > I am sorry, but that is something that is done under > socialism/communism. > > You call an CARTEL of private corporations that have > de-facto control over a government sanctioned MONOPOLY > that the cartel's competitors have to go through in > order to transact business and get paid an example of > FREE ENTERPRISE? > > I am sorry, but that is actually an example of a > varient of socialism known as fascism. > > Free enterprise is where the only role of government > is to enforce legally binding contracts and allows the > voluntary decisions of all of the many millions of > players in the marketplace to determine how much all > of the participants get paid and what sort of prices > they are able to get away with charging. > > There is nothing free enterprise about this whole > sordid mess. > > I don't know why you shill for such dasterdly people - > but may the rest of your life be spent listening to > nothing but the sort of music one finds on commercial > FM radio. You very richly deserve such a fate as that > is exactly the consequences you have been asking for.