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It is curious that the head is a television set.
That was not possible before World War II.
But now who thinks outside the TV box?
Nice slogan but it doesn't stand up under scrutiny.
I can agree with that statement!!
The way I see it .... it's corporatism that gives capitalism its bad name.
While I don't agree with the "Liberals" and their idea of capitalism looking more like "socialism" .... nor with Conservatives view of total corporate economic dominance .... and believe that the President actually leans a little too far towards the "Right" side for my tastes ....
I DO understand the need for some large measure of capitalist corporate interest ... i.e., favor/stability and growth ... for the U.S. as a country.
But .... I have no problem with regulating their profits, taxes and 'way they do business'. The fact is .... they will STILL find a way to make too much money ... even if they're not getting it from us!
I felt like it was about 99% right; it should have left out the "strong central government" inference, since it is Corporate America and/or it owners that are using our "strong central government", i.e., predominately republican politicians, to enact laws, rules and regulations that create corporate monopolies in the first place.