3 responses to “A Fresh Approach To Solving The Crisis”

  1. Sean

    The entire auto industry is hurting, not just american companies. Toyota is probably doing the best off and they had to cut production almost down to nothing because auto sales have decreased so much.. If you would look, you would see that auto sales plumbited at the beginning of 2008 when the price of gas dramaticly increased.. When we think about free market, we have presume everything is in order. We can’t say that there is a free market when the prices of raw materials increase so much.. Are you going to tell me that we wouldn’t bail out electric companies if the price of coal got out of control??? No, we would bail them out just like we bailed out the auto industry because electricity is equally as important as transportation.

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    1. Nate D

      “we have presume everything is in order”. Most intelligent thing you have ever said. Bravo, you have you figured out the base of the problem. Now joins us. Here is small example to why things are failing in our current system. Although I don’t believe in every view, it is a good new start, and a new approach to this thing we call a society. http://www.thevenusproject.com

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      1. Sean

        thats nice. that would be perfect.. I tried to ask my urbanization teacher why we don’t build new cities and she told me that it was impossible because there couldn’t be the right kind of investment.. I see where she’s comming from but everything is possible. They are building a new mega city in india right now out in the middle of nowhere. They are building a river through this city thats supposed to hold millions of people.. I wrote a report on the threats of population from scientific journals. One of the things it talked about was cities would become so overcrowded and would cause dense levels of poverty.. It was an awesome paper, it covered like 10 critical issues from thousands of different published articles.

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