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Government waste and corruption are so pervasive that a degree of it is accepted as inevitable. Likewise corporate greed is just considered a natural consequence of having corporations. Yet we need corporations and some believe we need at least some form of government. So how do we minimize the damage? The government has a reverse Midas touch, they screw up or destroy everything they are involved with from wars based on deception down to the delivery of mail. We just witnessed the largest financial bailout of thieves the world has ever known and yet none of the structures that led to the mortgage back securities scandal have been changed. The US has kicked around hundred of billions of dollars in Afghanistan for over a dozen years and yet where did the money go? Afghanistan is as poor and war torn now as it was when the war began. The crux of the problem lies not solely in government or in corporatism, but in the relationship between select corporations and their enabler the government. Understanding the heart of this issue is crucial to solving it.
Progressives and Libertarians have more common ground than they'd like to admit or realize. Both Libertarians and progressives agree that America is immersed in corporatism. Progresses blame not enough government regulation and not taxing the rich enough for the social and economic woes of the nation. However on the other hand, grownups who live in the real world, recognize that the State has no incentive to use its regulatory powers for any purpose other than to enrich itself and its corporate partners. And there is no reason to redistribute tax money from anyone rich or not to helping the needy, when it can just as easily waste the money on more wars and bailouts that its members directly profit from. Progressives see libertarians as cold hearted, while libertarians see progressives as idiotic. Differences in understanding aside the desire to end corporatism is mutual. A third set of players which are neither neatly government or a normal set of corporations are banks. The quantity of available money may be the most important factor in economic life. This is where we must begin. Can we make changes rather than waiting for the leader on the hill to fix everything? Explore what has been happening, who is involved, and some solutions.
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