Politically correct.

First is my questioning of things that don't make sense. Why is the term politically correct applied to almost everything under the sun except politics. Because people would find it to hard to say "etiquettely correct". That out of the way so why is Trump immune to negative fallings of popularity when he says apparently offensive remarks. Because he comes across as real and people think that is how real people talk. It doesn't mean he is a bad person he just says what is on his mind like he is talking to or about a real person of equal value. Look at the "F" bomb on TV.

Robots steal jobs and don't pay taxes. Any taxes.

Taxes aren't a form of punishment. Taxes are a source of funding to operate our country. Hire a robot and quit paying taxes. Who benefits from all the money diverted from the economy by the auto worker robots. The lost income of the robot displaced human auto workers is crippling. It cripples families, cities, our country and SSI. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are being automated out of existence. Robots should be taxed just like the worker they replaced would have been.taxed except robot income should be taxed 100%.

Almost 4000 fewer companies listed now than in 1998.

According to Money.CNN there are almost four thousand fewer companies listed in the stock market now than in 1998. Stocks doing good. Fewer companies but activity high. Stock prices relatively stable with poor earnings. Almost no human trading firms, robots are trading. This gives the appearance that something is going on that doesn't benefit companies or stock holders but favors trading. High trading with no appreciable increase in value looks like an ulterior motive or goal is driving the market. Can higher trading with no corresponding value increase mean anything other than a bubble?

Make a profit for the stockholder. Jobs?

There is absolutely nothing wrong with that agenda. Gratification for performance gets the job done. Jobs can very easily also come from profits. Reward jobs producing investing. Net gain in jobs is very unlikely because there is no reward for creating jobs. There is a reward for profits. Profit through people would create jobs. Laws keep getting changed to make profitting without working easier. Money has to work in order for jobs to be created. The positive side of profits through people is building of value and equity.

Creating jobs vs taking somebody's job.

Almost everything I read reduces to taking somebody else's job. Bringing back jobs from overseas and more training takes somebody else's job. And it is excepted with enthusiasm because it is the way we have been trained all our lives. New jobs are the function of more money. Forget about all the benefits to existing companies having everybody on their team cheering for better trained workers and taking back over seas jobs. The world needs more jobs and that has to come from more money. The emphasis should be on making money work. Nobody contradicts more workers more tax revenue.

Getting too close to the end to apologize for solutions.

So far any explanation of a solution had to be finnessed, diluted, apologized , clouded, worded so the reader would think it was their idea or otherwise manipulated to get under the conservative radar. The simple explanation is that human rights has to displace profit as the goal of capitalism. Greece is not a warning shot. Greece needs to be the model for the solution. Money has to serve man. You don't have to rob the rich (although that is what it will be called) to give to the poor. Simply make money work.

The Missed Lesson of Greece’s Financial Crisis

On Sunday, 61% of Greek voters rejected the European bailout referendum.  The Greek financial situation has led many American conservatives (and neoliberals) to point to Greece as an object lesson in the failures of socialism. Focusing only on Greece’s spending habits, however, misses the underlying issue, and American conservatives need to understand this if they ever want to address the fundamental problem that besets ours and the world’s economy.