2 Evils - Big Business(BB) vs Big Government(BG)

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by loza, May 14, 2011.

  1. loza

    loza Guest

    so, since BG is financed by BB which is the lesser or bigger evil?

    I say Big Business(BB) is the bigger evil since they finance and perpetuate the current crop of inept and crooked politicians.
     
  2. 377OHMS

    377OHMS

    Yeah, inciting class warfare seems to be a libtard talking point. You folks can't create jobs so you want to attack the business community and try to steal their profits directly.

    It is Marxism and at some point the country won't tolerate it.
     
  3. Unlike all the jobs created under the Bush administration which had the most favorable taxes and regulations, or lack there of, in recorded history. Government can't really create jobs and corporate America won't, least not in this country, so we're pretty much screwed.
     
  4. ....and BOTH together is EXACTLY what we have NOW......

    Globalist "directed" corprotocray or Fascism (the most proven historical method to ensure and maintain tyranny)! :eek:
     
  5. Nope......GOVT!


    They control the LAWS and the MILITARY.......the FUN part of a POLICE STATE. Why do you think BIG BUSINESS gets in bed with them??? :cool:
     
  6. Ricter

    Ricter

    Which is why this is in fact nothing like (as he advocated) Marxism. We're actually well on our way to a common right-wing fascist plutocracy.
     
  7. NOPE again......CENTRALIZED control which is tied to aspects of a socialist style economy is a million miles away from a small business (Entrepreneurship) limited govt model. Current right wing model would be a religious conservative social bias with pro small business and limited govt mentalities and practices..........so far that model is not prevalent in america (already died off in the 60's and 70's).

    That "model" was driven into the ground through govt lead social engineering, horrid public shcool programs, and full tilt manipulation of republicans (and a few conservatibe democrats)into DEBT and SPENDING through Globalist "directed" influence (lobbyist and handlers). Most republicans now a days SPEND like a teenager with a $100 bill in their pocket.....and most democrats spend like a "day one" lotto winner.......they are BOTH WRONG! :cool:
     
  8. jem

    jem

    to some degree I agree with AMT again ricter.

    Real conservatives, the real right... prefer the way the founders set up the U.S. with limited federal govt powers. No income tax but tariffs to raise revenue. (but not the slavery)

    Big govt is a beast of the left not the right. Big govt republicans are socialists.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neoconservatism

    Most neoconservatives had been liberals or leftists in the 1930s and 1940s, then moved right in reaction to Stalinism and supported the Cold War. Some emerged from intellectual milieu of the mid-20th century New York City.[12] Most were liberal Democrats into the 1960s, when they were confronted with the New Left and rethought their positions. Many became followers of Senator Henry M. Jackson, a liberal Democrat in domestic affairs who rejected détente and demanded a hard-line against the Soviet Union in the 1970s.[13]
    Initially, the neoconservatives were less concerned with foreign policy than with domestic policy. Irving Kristol's journal, The Public Interest, focused on ways that government planning in the liberal state had produced unintended harmful consequences. Norman Podhoretz's magazine Commentary, formerly a journal of the liberal left, had more of a cultural focus, criticizing excesses in the movements for black equality and women's rights, and in the academic left.[citation needed] Through the 1950s and early 1960s the future neoconservatives had been socialists or liberals strongly supportive of the American Civil Rights Movement, integration, and Martin Luther King, Jr..[14][15]
     
  9. Just about sums it up
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