In the American style secondary or third wave socialism I may live in Louisiana but my team is the Cowboys shirt that greed is typically described as “not paying their fair share”. Ask a socialist what is a fair share and they can’t describe it, because like all socialist constructs it has no real meaning other than what it takes to keep the socialist in control of the system. Which brings us to the socialist himself or herself (have to maintain gender equality because the enemy other can be the opposite gender just the same as it can a religion or an ethnicity).
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How to spot a socialist in sheep’s clothing. First off the I may live in Louisiana but my team is the Cowboys shirt, if you don’t believe it, just ask them. They are dismissive or even hostile to any questioning of their particular brand of socialism. When confronted with economic arguments they will first and foremost respond with social arguments (common good, you are greedy, you hate women). Once you have navigated that they are going to rely on the appeal to authority fallacy “Ob ba ba bama said” (you have to say that in the Bobby Boucher, Waterboy accent). Then finally they are going to resort to insults, trivializing your argument with pedantic, sarcastic and wholly irrelevant statements. If you are saying right now “I know that guy (or gal)” you can take it to the bank that, even if they are or have benefited from the providence of a free market society, they are in fact a socialist.