Attacking the good for being good
Reader comment on: Google and the FTC
Submitted by John Gillis (United States), Jun 24, 2011 18:38
As first identified in Ayn Rand's fiction and non-fiction writings, this attack on Google (as there have been attacks on Standard Oil at the opening of the 20th century, on Alcoa in the 40's, on GE in the 60's, on IBM in 70s, on Microsoft in the 90's) is a morally monstrous attack on goodness. Great success in providing valuable and desired new goods and services that make human life easier is penalized by non-objective law pushed by faceless bureaucrats. Abolition of antitrust laws is one part of the legal and financial revolution necessary to free the American people from the tyranny of statist politicians.
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