Discussion in 'Politics' started by WillowTree, Feb 19, 2011.
Replace corporations with doyathink?
More government of course!
dang! I wishes I had thought of that!
Is this the flip side of conservatives handing our government over to corporations?
I'm afraid any decent government would have to take it back from them.
personally I would prefer smaller businesses and smaller corporations as opposed to the megalithicmonoliths that we have today
a small handleful of corporate leaders controlling EVERYTHING (and unencumbered by governmental regulations) is a dangerous thing.
corporations are probably NOT going to disappear so, in defence of the rights and comforts of the working person and traditional families, I would want to "regulate" business in a manner that
a. encouraged growth (or, if not growth, then stability) and productivity
b. providing for all employees a wage capable of sustaining a healthy and happy lifestyle for themselves and their families.
I'm sure you believe that the whole point of "LIFE" is for a FEW PEOPLE to grab as much wealth as they can while forcing BILLIONS to live in poverty...
I , however, have a different vision for mankind;
the whole point of "life" and "development" and "technological advancements" should be for the benefit of as MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE (or everyone)
They'd replace them with more government.
But....without corporations, or rich people, who would the government tax to fund itself?
If you really believe this, you are mistaking a liberal for a communist, bucs. Just how pink do you think most liberal Americans are?
Oh Buc that's the jist of the whole conundrum, they don't want no damn evil corporations,, so where would the masses work and who would pay them? with no coporations there would be no wealthy tits from which to suckle so where is they money coming from to feed, house, clothe, medicate and incarcerate the massses?
Funny how right wingers want to tear down the country, but will defend corporations to the end. Especially if they're foreign owned.
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