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Letters and Politics, for January 1, 2013 - 10:00am

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Greetings Richard Wolf: As a

Greetings Richard Wolf:
As a frame, it is necessary to state that capitalism is hoarding. Selling is holding merchandise for ransom. Capital makes hoarding convenient. Most moral system see hoarding as a negative while sharing is considered positive.
On a finite planet unlimited growth leads to extinction. Rather than reinforce the frame that growth is a positive, the shift must be made from unlimited growth to better and more efficient industries that are compatible with the continuation of life--sustainable sharing is an imperative.
It is well past time to emphasize the necessity to sharing fairly and sustainabely.
Again you reference Obama/Romney and ignore third, forth, fifth...options–omition is censorship.
How are people to understand that sustainable sharing is of paramount importance, and is enables them to have power over their lives. When the discussion is confined to the capitalis box controlled by the leaders of the Duopoly the continuing disaster will make the extinction inevitable.
As I stated before, sustainable sharing, let the open discussion begin:

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