How will GOV bail outs and regulations prevent capitalist greed and corruption within big corps ?
thank you comrades for your input. dn And prevent another complete total collapse of whats left of Americas dollar? as we write big corps are trying to manipulate right back to where they where before the meltdown,taking bigger risk to make more profits and charging more for services and fees and anything they can think to put together to make money of HUMANS,so just how will ANOTHER MELTDOWN BE PREVENTED? I find many answrrs to be disturbing ,yet that is the reality,thank you comrades...dn
Asked By: crusader Dino - 8/19/2009
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It won't it encourages it. Mathew is totally correct... More
Answered By: justgoodfolk - 8/19/2009
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It won't prevent all corruption. Who ever said that was the goal in the first place? I thought the goal was to get the economy moving again.
Answered By: Ralph - 8/19/2009
Gov't bailouts are essentially welfare for the rich. In some cases, it rewards corruption. As for greed, that's what partially drives capitalism and it's not a bad thing.
Answered By: Anti- Collectivist American - 8/19/2009
It isn't just capitalist greed... it is also the greed of the politicians.
Answered By: bzimms - 8/19/2009
This question is too general and too unclear to permit a response.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 8/19/2009
It won't. The only thing that makes humans learn is complete destruction from our own mistakes. When corporations become (more) destructive to the ends of the people, the people will destroy them. This is the only prevention strategy that we have ever developed for thousands of years.
Answered By: Christopher - 8/19/2009
It won't. In fact it encourages it. The regulations will be written in a way that the big boys can manipulate to their advantage. They are some of the top campaign contributors so that is what will happen.
Answered By: matthew - 8/19/2009
They won't, that's the problem. This 'capitalist greed' you loathe so much is relatively nonexistent compared the greed of the politicians in control of the government. Destroying big business is equivalent to destroying the hopes and dreams of millions of Americans... More
Answered By: Mike N - 8/19/2009
comrade, bailouts do not prevent greed and corruption, it is the way of life now, if you want to be able to eat well. there will be another meltdown very soon and the bread lines will get longer. comrade be patient our great leader will lead us once he returns from his 2 weeks of work on the island of bermuda, he is... More
Answered By: Mike - 8/19/2009
So far, our govt has done nothing to prevent what happened last year so no worries for YOU
Answered By: Dave87gn - 8/19/2009
The ponzerellies have only learned how to not get caught. The SEC does not have the intelligence, experience, expertise, etc.. to regulate such a complex waste hole that is our market. They see bubbles, politicians see reelections, next thing you know people are persuaded to not say anything.
Answered By: Runtun - 8/19/2009
LEAVE THEM ALONE IF THEY GREED THEM SELF OUT OF BUSINESS THEN GOOD.
Answered By: glenn b - 8/19/2009
I'm so sick of faith... More
Answered By: The J Man - 8/19/2009
First of all, the intention is NOT to prevent corruption. As others have noted, the intention is to PROTECT corruption... More
Answered By: Socrates - 8/19/2009
It won't prevent it. It will encourage it. I have come to the conclusion that the best thing for us will be continuing meltdowns until eventually, we will have no alternatives but to finally admit it's time to retire our mythological superhuman overlords along with their demented perverse primitive ideology then face... More
Answered By: - nokilleye - - 8/20/2009
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