Thanks, Uumlau. Seriously, this place really is the closest to the Hotel California that I've ever encountered. Here is the studio version. Randy Meisner is mesmerizing with the semi-reggae bass line; in my opinion, of course--not everybody likes it. The songs's working title was "Mexican Reggae."
I'm an INFJ and would definitely lean capitalist rather than socialist. Although maybe it's all comparative. I guess in the States things are more polarized. In Canada, a lot more people are somewhere in the middle and I'm just kind of a bit to the right of them.
On the other hand, I know another INFJ that I would say fits the socialist side of things more.
I'm not a socialist...I'm also business major. I don't have a problem with success I have a problem with excess at the expense of other people. I also don't think about it in terms of wide spread responsibility like government ect. For me it's more of a personal/local social responsibility. I don't think people who wan't alot of money are selfish it just not something I personally value. Money is necessary and it will award you many advantages but being rich for me is a superficial happiness. I just feel life has so much more to offer me than a fat wallet. Connecting with people, making a diffidence in someones life, leaving the earth a better place than it was when you came into it is just more important to me. I value money as a sense of security for myself my family and I hope I make enough of it in my lifetime to be able to live comfortably, retire and have some left over to pass down to my children so that they can do the same. In that sense I'm comfortable with earning my keep and I feel other should have to work to be afforded that luxury. By the same token I'll do what I can to help people who cannot afford the basics when I feel have more than I need.
I just don't like the idea of 1 personsitting on top of 99% of the food supply refusing to share with the starving people below because he/she earned it when they have more than they need and he/she could still live comfortably if they spread some of it around instead of watching them suffer and fight it out while they live it up lol
Wow, I couldn't have said it better myself.
Anyway, I don't know if the generalizations in this thread thus far have been accurate. Two of the most "socialist" people I have ever met were INTJ and ENTJ. They had been effed over a lot of times in their lives socially and economically. My ISFJ ex-boyfriend was very "capitalist." He grew up in a wealthy, conservative, Southern family and picked up "capitalist" values. I think life experience and community values have so much to do with the formation of political views.
well working capitalism and socialism are both ideologies and not something that could really work out properly in the long run. my vote goes to socialism for the better ideology, simply because i think that people should care for others and not just about how much money their company can make, regardless of who has to pay for max profits.
"Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
— C.G. Jung
is Ti libertarian because it wishes to rid the world of hypocrisy?
is Fe utilitarian because it wishes to rid the world of suffering?
is Fi anarchistic because it wishes to rid the world of collectivism?
is Te technocratic because it wishes to rid the world of inefficiency?
is Si gerontocratic because it seeks the wisdom of experience?
edit: i suppose Ne rule is what would happen if the internetz came to power?