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    • The United States constitution never mentioned whether the economy should be extremely capitalist, moderately capitalist, socialist, or anything (at least one of the Founding Fathers, Jefferson, was very critical of corporations).

      That is an advantage of the US constitution over the proposed European Union constitution. Which ordained that EU member states should practice Milton Friedman’s dogmas; and increase military expenditure year after year after year.

      Voters rejected the proposed EU constitution in referendums in France and the Netherlands:


      Then, EU politicians and bureaucrats stopped calling the constitution a constitution, renaming it the Lisbon Treaty. Which made it impossible for French, Dutch, or other voters to reject it. So much for EU democracy 🙂


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