We also don’t have much choice but to “participate” in “free market” “meritocracy.”
Charles Kincy
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Well you DO get to choose where to spend your money, and on what on, and even how hard you’re willing to work and at what to earn that money in the first place.

Really, could you describe any fairer system than one which looks at how helpful you are to other people, let’s those people voluntarily exchange their votes for the things or services you give them, and which let’s you decide what to spend/cast your earned votes on?

Which part of that don’t you like?

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