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It's funny you used the term "The United States of America, Inc" because I've been using it for months in my posts. I have said the business of America is not "business". And that our gov't is not in the business of "business"
Well....after the last 2 trillion in bailouts, what do I know?
well the good news is that anyone who will try to buck the trend will be branded a "socialist" and marginalized by the same corporations that own all the media. Hell, even a centrist like Obama got the same treatment.
So what is the premise of this thread ... that our government is in bed with big business since 2000? Please ... that's the most ridiculous thing I have ever read here. Big business as been in bed with our government since at least some time in the 1800's. Who has access to the President? The big donors do, and how long has that been going on - since like I said at least the 1800's. Started with Bush ...
The same people who call Bush an idiot give him credit for being a greedy genius at the same time.
Perhaps you can't blame them for production and design issues, but you can certainly fault them for making those companies swim with anchors.
A tired response, in reality contracts are negotiated by both sides.. the whole process is called a labor agreement just to blame organized labor for this mess seriously begs the issue. The share some responsibilty, but if there were better decisions from management the impact would have been lessened..
“We like to say that dependability is more important than ability,” Bill Belichickism....