Monday, November 17, 2008

Capitalism doesn't work.

What other conclusion could you come too when you watch the daily machinations of a "free market" society crying for hand outs so that they can continue to mismanage and warp the ideals of capitalism.

Unless I'm completely wrong about it, I was under the impression that the United States prides it self as being the creator and protector of capitalism.

In a free market system, businesses that do well survive.
Those that don't, don't.

So why is the American government rewarding the businesses that have mismanaged their finances while screwing the American public.

Now it's the automakers turn. If the automakers had responded to what their customers where asking for, instead of trying to force consumers into buying half ass gas guzzling low quality cars, they wouldn't be in the mess they are in now.

Off course it's not their fault. It's those damn Japanese fuel economical, high quality cars that are to blame.

The Automakers will get their money and they will continue to whine about the Japanese, and about how bad things are, and about how they still need more money or they will have to lay off more workers, and it goes on and on.

Really you can only draw one conclusion from all of this.

For a country that prides it self on it's belief in capitalism, it sure is funny that when the economy goes sour, the economic engines of America run strait to the government and ask for social assistance to pay their bills.

Capitalism only works when it is in the bankers, as well as all other "mega" corporations interest.

When it's, not its broken.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Water Powered Cars?

What is this all about.

There seems to be a lot of folks making the claim that you can run your car on water, save money and it's good for the environment.

It looks like the old "dirty" hydrogen hybrid idea to me, with a new twist of course.

I'm going to investigate this a little further.