Discussion in 'Politics' started by JBeukema, Feb 12, 2011.
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How would the government stay in business if it weren't meddling in the affairs of the corporate world?
Who is 'they'?
I mean, like, someone must know who 'they' is.
How would corporations stay in business if they weren't meddling in the affairs of the government world?
A corporation doesn't need the govt to produce a good or service. Govt needs the corporation for taxes to fund dept, agencies, entitlements, ss, welfare, military.
Ask Benito Mussolini.
I think he is one of Obamas economy czars.
Bailouts, tax loopholes, overregulation, underregulation, subsidies, lobbyists, etc, etc....
Only if 'crony capitalism' was so simple, that would hold true.
A corporation, scorp, llc, inc needs none of that to survive. But, government has to have taxes to survive.
what they tell you is garbage...
what the hell "myth" are you talking about....? anyone with a gnat's capacity of historical knowledge knows that government has always been involved with business since the colonial days....and many times government has favored social reform over business interests....there has always been a push-pull of government regulation vs business interests...as business people know full well....there have always been rules...and more rules....(BO is piling on the stifling regulations at warp speed these days...).....but a business person in the real world who supports a free market does not claim that a free market must be free of all rules.....
Things are not always black and white....one can say a free market is relative....yet it must be based upon a democratic system as opposed to a socialist one....and you must agree that when there is relatively less government control....there is more individual freedom...
If I decide to produce grain and trade it with my neighbor for an amount of corn we feel is equivalent, what does the government have to say about it.
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