Week 1 Homework TJS Essay

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Intro to Business and Technology

Week 1 Homework
Thomas Sanders
Devry University
Professor Wilson
Nov 2, 2013

Week 1 Homework

In any sort of natural disaster such as a hurricane or earthquake a socialist system is the best type of system to use in responding to the crisis. This is of course only in theory. On paper a socialist system looks great and is what many consider to be in the best interest of the people. However, as we are seeing more and more with the Obama Administration, a socialist system is only as good as the people running it.
Not only is a socialist system only as good as the people running it but WHY should I have to pay more for the things I am required to have by law, so that some low life loser that doesn’t want to go get a job can have the same thing. The last time I checked I lived in AMERICA. One of the only countries that allows a person to have as much or as little as they want. America was founded on the idea that if you work hard you can have anything you want and if you don’t, you will get only what you’ve earned. This is a country that is based on the idea of you get what you earn. You want a bigger house, go earn it. If you want a nicer car, work harder and save more. You can have everything and nothing, it’s up to you.
The idea of a socialist system is that everyone puts in towards the better good of the many. Those with more provide for those with less. It’s the Camelot theory. The strong provide for the weak. In the Haiti earthquake of 2010 a socialist system would have been a good thing because the Haiti government would have been there to provide for the people. In America however, we have this system called FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards. (FEMA) If an administration…