Read this excerpt on fascist economics, if you will.
The part I put in bold is the only part that does not sound to me like the USA's economy.Fascism operated from a Social Darwinist view of human relations. Their aim was to promote superior individuals and weed out the weak.In terms of economic practice, this meant promoting the interests of successful businessmen while destroying trade unions and other organizations of the working class. Historian Gaetano Salvemini argued in 1936 that fascism makes taxpayers responsible to private enterprise, because "the State pays for the blunders of private enterprise... Profit is private and individual. Loss is public and social."Fascist governments encouraged the pursuit of private profit and offered many benefits to large businesses, but they demanded in return that all economic activity should serve the national interest.
That is just one piece. Well before I read that I kept thinking about Mussolini's characterization of fascism as a merger of the government and the state, a description that sounded eerily similar to the USA's current predicament.
Realistically, I know this thread will piss people off, and odds are many people reading this don't have much of a concept of fascism or any alternative economic model, but I'm quite serious. I think there's a legitimate case to be that the USA is, if not currently economically fascist, quickly approaching the state of a fascist economy.
Also, I honestly think China is, at this point, fascist on pretty much all fronts.