The Caracas Effect

Individual liberty and personal responsibility are two of the drivers for prosperity in America; free-market capitalism is the powerful economic engine.

In our republic, the government’s role within our “system” is to expand the success of the private sector, to enhance the peoples’ prosperity, to ensure a safe, stable, healthy civil society.

Socialism doesn’t preserve or enhance civil society or generate prosperity; it devours these with powerful, centralized control.

Witness the inevitable results of a socialist utopia in the economic implosion of once-prosperous Venezuela. Its capital, Caracas, is now a black hole of chaos and crisis.

No explanation comes from the Sanders campaign regarding the failed “workers paradise.”

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