Once again, misrepresented. You need both. Capitalism works on a small level. At some point, it's going to need social programs to expand past a certain point. We can call that social programs or socialism if you will. But in order to expand, it's going to need the social programs. You can't get around that. And when capitalism fails (and it does fail) you need the social programs to buy you enough time to allow Capitalism enough time to recover. When Capitalism gets too greedy, you need social programs to bring it back into focus. And you need Capitalism to afford those social programs. One cannot exist without the other on a large scale.