posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 04:38 PM
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Well as you know I disagree. Bain had 'wild' success on a small (13%) number of tries. America is not a capitalist society. Capitalism is based
upon a level business playing field. Ours is anything but. And I respectfully disagree that we are shareholders in a corporation. If we were, The
President as CEO and the Board of Directors (Congress) could and would be fired for malfesance associated with their fiduciary repsonsibilities. And
I'm not talking about just Obama. Bush and McCain in the Spring of 2008 publicly told the 'shareholders' that the fundamentals of our finances
were 'sound'. Nothing could have been further from the truth. As Enron showed us, you go to jail for intentionally misleading your shareholders.
The lies to get us into the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and 'terror' have cost trillions and been largely responsible for nearly bankrupting the
country. Again, no accountability.
The corporation of America is controlled by the interest of a small minority. That minority is able to engineer policies that favor them at the
majority's expense. They structure and enforce a CEO recruitment process that only provides the shareholders with two options --- chosen again, by
We are, sadly, a corporatocracy.