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In about god will shatter a fine meal with family and friends -- Fox Business host Jones -- says sharing and just don's -- will -- -- -- us.
We should think about this today on Thanksgiving.
This week's school children were taught it said day of share it.
That pilgrims in the Indian shared the fruits of the harvest but.
That this is the point I assume most of their teachers don't even know that thanks to sharing the pilgrims almost star.
Man you on such a grinch and been happy starvation day tomorrow that.
Wedlock it's true they came in 1620 for the first two years they almost starve because they shared the wealth indeed they did income redistribution -- fundamental -- yeah we're all share it together and governor Bradford wrote in his diary.
Finally -- they would no longer languish in misery.
They assigned to every family a parcel of land only then -- -- prosper so particularly -- they were cooperative shed the presidents that we've that they grew and it virtually stopped.
And then the government says if this is the sharing business is not looking.
Go few cells boys and you'll now have their own plots of land no more assists the -- socialism they move to private property and is Bradford wrote.
This may all hands industrious instead of famine there was plenty.
So you extrapolate out from that to the present day and say that all forms of -- which you regard -- basically a socialist emotion.
You know we share in families we share in the small tribe.
But when it comes to big things like public parks look around here there is beautiful Bryant Park Central Park mostly privately run.
You -- the park did demonstration the confusion.
Of the private public partnership nobody really knew who own -- -- what the rules were they couldn't throw those people out.
Poor people state -- Africa on what -- -- -- property right.
It's done the census showed about 16%.
Of Americans in poverty fifty million people.
Should we share with them the bountiful returns of our society absolutely as voluntary.
Individuals -- get rid of food stamps.
Get rid of the welfare state getting rid of well don't do we get rid of food stamps yes and yes I later purely get rid of welfare yes -- people -- to bet.
People won't star yes they -- no they won't polio -- a big.
Foot of government stepped in with the welfare state they were mutual aid societies all over America and even then when we were much more practically no one would start to date.
All of with one billionaire could feed all the poor people in America it he would not necessarily have an obligation I would tell you would -- as a Democrat and it was -- I believe.
That the greatness is out of our society is that we have a capitalist system.
That provides for all -- and those in the and that really is what I -- Thanksgiving or.
So when it was talking in my -- mysteries is how do -- shocks than previously -- it's got a system that provides its people.
And how you organize -- systems and sharing provide organize the sovereign with common values and one of the values I hold dearest.
Is that those who -- least fortunate through no fault of their own single mothers children that are in poverty they get.
As you think you think he should be the state that does that.
The station I -- I don't have an election -- was sort absolutely Stuart it's why I'm proud to be -- -- yes the decision establish that statement on safety net it expands it always always all right and managing that is the challenge of government.
It -- -- the -- of yes what -- we agree on that John but everything else we don't Europe and America failed to manage the safety net disease all that is expanding that is true but you have to happen.
You just do.
You think that private charity would take its place in the best possible way.
I think it was I -- these groups were racist it was Koreans helping Koreans blacks helping blacks.
But they help to and they knew who need help but -- who need to kick in the rear I get 40% of my income securities.
I think individuals would do you do now again.
As it is a matter of that's you'll postmortem the affluent I have more than 98 I.
Give to charities I can keep 1 of them is Central Park you are -- good -- what do you do with central.
Well I helped take care of it because the city that such an awful lot to get out there and sold almost government that you -- -- -- halfway designed you know it's all our galore and got money you were all citizens it's all of our government and that's the sad column --
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