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in response to reader comment: Your first sentance captures the substance of the political discussion today.
Submitted by Dubious Blogg (United Kingdom), Oct 4, 2012 09:17
Who could posibly trust either? Big business is obviously out for cash, we are the cows, whereas government has an inbuilt temptation to try to run everything.
Personally I go for government but am very wary of it and not uncritical, whereas I feel business is built to fleece us in its nature.
Really there's not much between the two - both are large, virtually unaccountable to the people and are magnets for the power-hungry, vehicles to extract money and influence - socialism becomes capitalism and vice versa at the extreme ends of the spectrum.
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