The recent credit crunch could never have happened without government intervention. Bailing out the financial sector will only make it worse. The investment banks should have been allowed to fail so the mal investments could be reallocated.
The article is as relevant today as it was when it was first written. It is based on sound economic theory.
Marx's theories were absurd.
It's odd isn't it? It is perceived to be such a problem, yet I don't know a single person I would describe as racist. If they are, they keep it to themselves - at least around me.
As far as I am aware the only racists seem to be Muslims, Neo Nazis and Liberal anti-Semites.
Regardless, the big irony here is that the UK Government is only going after the White racists, is that not racist in itself?
Commenting on "I have to inform you the Mr spencer the way you are wanting to challenge the Islam is an offending and can make us aggressive to you at anytime."
It seems to me that our illiterate Jihadists do not think that Robert's criticism of Islam goes far enough.
Wanting means lacking in ability.
Robert needs to up the ante then they will be fine.
It can't be designed by Mahoundians Wellington. There is no option to settle differences through a gun battle.
I answered your question.
It's your turn.
What proof do you have that the Qur'an is correct?
I was trying to work out a way of using macros in Word or Excel. I'll let you know if I figure it out; but don't hold your breath, I have about as much IT skill as the the average Mahoundian has compassion.
You haven't answered my question as to what proof you have for the Qur'an being correct.
You might actually have a point if you could support this one verse with Christian policy, for example a requirement from the Pope for Catholics to slay the non-believers. You might have a point if you could point to Christians going and acting on this verse.
All you have is an ancient verse which has long been abandoned by Christian theologians.
Contrast that against Jihad which is mandated by all Fiqhs and you really don't have a point to make at all.
For your erudition it represents a reversal of the previous hearts and minds campaign. Winning over the loyalties of Afghans and relying on them to stop the drug trade hasn't worked. Now the coalition forces are targetting this source of revenue for terrorists directly.
I though Robert's point was fairly obvious. Apparently not to some.