Does anyone deny that private capital and private capital alone would be available to prop up capitalism during times of recession were capitalism to create an escrow funded with market transaction fees?
Does anyone deny that from about 1982 to date the market can be described as supercharged, and that, compared to the market between 1929 and 1982, the difference is a difference in kind rather than a difference in degree?
Does anyone deny that during each major military conflict this society has engaged in there has been verbose rhetoric, "war rhetoric", for the purposes of inducing participation in, and justifying the violence of, the conflict?
Given uncertainties implicit in cultural changes, a paucity of records, and unexpressed and even secret intentions, does anyone deny that interpreting the Constitution primarily on the intentions of the founding fathers is tenuous, at best?
Does anyone deny that striving for a no person unfed, no person unclothed, no person unsheltered society, meritorious on its own, would reduce health care costs and increase the number of people contributing to gross national product?