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Sunday, September 7, 2014

ISIS Could Be Good For Capitalism

I know it has been a while since I posted anything. I am so sorry for that but I have been busier than a....well, I've just been incredibly busy. So much has been happening. The world is on fire and O'blamebush cares only about surprise there. He has never been a leader so it is ludicrous to expect him to be one now. He told us exactly where his loyalties lie before he was ever elected. Well, the political winds have definitely shifted in a very ugly direction and true to his word, Barry has stood with the Muslims on every front. So how exactly could Americans use ISIS to promote capitalism and the free world?

It's really quite simple. Capitalism has always been about a free market. A means to which a private individual can open a business, choose what he wishes to sell, set the price for that item and roll the dice on whether or not he succeeds or fails. Supply and demand. Business owners create jobs and provide the public with a product or service and hopefully in the process, make money, which usually is put back into the business to grow it, thereby creating more jobs and providing more goods and services. It's a very easy concept really. And one the left loves to hate. They enjoy using their apple products to complain about capitalism on the internet.

So ISIS and capitalism. It would seem to me that there are a lot of blue collar, southern ingenuity types out there who are out of work or struggling to get by. Welcome to Obama's economy. I have a solution for that. If we were to put a bounty on terrorists, I can guarantee you that not only would the terrorists be wiped out, but the economy would greatly improve. $50.00 for every terrorist dead would equal no more terrorists and the pockets of Americans lined with cash, which they will pump right back into the economy. Two birds with one stone.

I would hunt terrorists. Would you? 


  1. Yep. I wouldn't be shocked to find a four wheel drive pickup parked at Walmart with a few tied to the hood. I might even wait for the driver to shake their hand.