Perhaps the biggest disappointment with Roberts caving on the mandate, was the missed opportunity to stem the tide, and push back against the growing trend of corporatist government. In light of that, I'd like to discuss the ways in which corporatism dominates our governance and permeates the legislative and executive roles as performed by both major parties. And maybe how we might fight it. ** I'd ask anyone commenting here to take the time to understand the term. Most people don't, frankly, assuming it refers to big business controlling government or something like that. This wikipedia article covers it pretty well.