I wanted to reflect back on the article, Social insurance is necessary in capitalism, I agree that it isn’t a matter of if somebody will be in need of social assistance but when. Whether someone becomes unemployed or enters poverty because of the effects of a global recessed economy or mismanagement of others, or even by their own faults, most everyone deserves a second chance. I often feel those who protest the merits of social insurance either have not experienced misfortunate or fail to see the big picture. In terms of supply and demand, removing a customer from the market certainly has an impact, especially when considering the proximity. While one person out of the market may not dent the global market that won’t be the case in the local market of the unemployed person… and where one market is affected the next one up is.