>What ever venture? Guns, drugs, tobacco, nuclear energy, agricultural and
>societal poisons, perverted entertainment and junk food?
>How does anyone DESERVE a reasonable profit on those ventures?
I am not going to place myself in the position of deciding for the entire
nation what business a person may or may not engage in. I have my own
priorities and spend my money on those items I choose. If I have a problem
with a specific product or product line, and I feel it is something so bad
it should be banned, I can contact my representatives in government and
lobby for the laws to be changed.
But don't jump on my case for not being specific about the business type!
Your interests might be better served by looking at what I was suggesting
we attempt to ban; exploitation of prison labor. Exploitation of prison
labor for the profit of any private business is immoral! Probably just as
immoral as selling illicit drugs to grammar school kids.
But, if as an adult, I should choose to use tobacco or alcohol (both of
which were still legal the last time I checked), I don't want some
"do-gooder" telling me I can't.
And for those who think socialism is a better way than capitalism, I
think you can now purchase an airline ticket to Cuba; one way.
--Dan in Sunny Puerto Rico--
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