Comments:Cuba reforms wage laws to pay workers based on amount done
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End of Communism?Edit
Does this mark the end of Cuban Communism?
I consider myself a Communist, I like the idea of everybody working for the common good, and making the same amount of money, etc. I know to a lot of people this sounds ridiculous, but hey, that's just the way I feel on the issue.
I was hoping that Cuba would be able to pull itself out of the dirt, and make a good name for itself as a Communist nation. I think this marks the end of Communism in Cuba.
- I also like the idea, but don't consider myself a communist because the sstem is too open to exploitation and by humans who are simply greedy by nature, and indeend by the politicians who run it. I actually think this reform by Cuba may help make this fairer, but there's a danger it will go too far. Managers are already getting too much.
- Perhaps one day someone will show me a method of implementation that works under a leader I can trust, and then they have my vote. Until then, I'll just focus on getting Gordon Brown the Hell out of my country, and another shot for the Conservastives... Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs) 06:28, 18 June 2008 (UTC)