Can makers isolate the takers?
Makers and takers has become a popular term since the election. The makers are the conservatives, the Romney voters, those who want to work hard and keep their money. The takers are the liberals, Obama voters, those who want to not work and keep other peoples money.
Examples and statements of this abound on the internet. Here’s a few;
Gucci Little Piggy – Enabled
Matt Forney – Dildos, Takers & Makers
Daniel J. Mitchell – How the Welfare State Hurts the Poor and Causes Unemployment
Who is M3 – Demise of Civilization a feature not a bug
GrouchyOldCripple – We Have Lost
Chateau Heartiste – Why Single White Women Vote Overwhelmingly for Democrats
American Third Position – It’s Over via Captain Capitalism
Captain Capitalism – A Lesson in Economics for Immigrants
Also from the Captain is this brilliant video, I Am the State
These are just a few posts and only from the sites I regularly read, and what do we see? A collection of analysis on the makers vs takers problem. Some are economic, some are manosphere, some are cultural, the vignettes are varied but the point remains the same. America is now a country where half the people make and the other half take.
So here is the ultimate question I ask. How can we adjust society so that the makers can continue making while the takers are left out in the snow without their promised gifts.
Of course, on the path we are presently on it’s only a matter of time before the makers become but a stuffed and mounted exhibit in museums, but we should want to avoid that.
Is there a way to circumvent the leviathan so that to prevent the takers from getting their take at the expense of the makers?
I ask this question and post these links in the hope that these great minds will come and read this question, think of any possibilities and if not comment then post their own thoughts on it.