Marco Rubio : Americans Don’t Need Socialism to Find ‘Dignified Work’

Does our country exist to serve the interest of the market, or does the market exist to serve the interest of our nation?

Jackson Elliott / November 05, 2019

 U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., criticized both the unrestricted free market and socialism in a speech Wednesday to a business class at The Catholic University of America. America should work to build an economy where businesses and workers have both rights and obligations to each other, Rubio said. 

But businesses also have an obligation to reinvest some of those profits productively for the benefit of the workers and the society that made it possible. And workers, if they’re able-bodied, have an obligation to work.

This balance of rights and responsibility doesn’t mean socialism, he said. Our nation needs all its able-bodied citizens to do that dignified work, because China presents a “near-peer adversary” for the United States with three times its population. 

We need all hands on deck, we can’t afford to leave anyone behind.

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Source: The Daily Signal

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