Class War in America: the Book

Economic absurdities that
Democrats must expose:

...because it's wrong to penalize success and hard work.

...therefore, we should eliminate the capital gains tax.

...After all, they came from, and understand, business.

...even though it is based on pitting the worlds' workers against each other.

...union bosses are only out for themselves.

...and the more the rich have, the more will trickle down to everyone else.

...Democrats are communists, or at least, socialists at heart. when we tax wealthy investors, we lose jobs. investors, not workers, create wealth. we should give them all the tax breaks possible.

...Democrats just want to tax and spend today.

General Issues:

...check out this 2-minute video.

...It's a mountain, and a terrible defense of globalization.

...for those of Indonesia, Mexico, China and India.

...and how not to do it again.

...and the "crisis" is just a ploy by those who want to destroy it.

...Republicans' most important propaganda technique.

...and get the media on your side

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Traditional Conservatism:

     To Keep Wages Low,

    Quietly Manipulate the Prime

Conservatives pay more attention to the status of working-class wages than to any other economic variable. They know that wage increases reduce profits and, as a result, slow down the accumulation of wealth by corporate executives, business owners and investors.

Therefore, whenever workers become scarcer and start making more money, conservatives demand that their political representatives in Washington do something to stop the “free” market from working as it is supposed to. Their favorite strategy prior to 1996 was to keep the unemployment rate at least 6% or above.

So, as prudence would dictate, whenever it looked like wages might be about to go up, conservatives have traditionally