Is there any longer a clear line between big business and big government?

Seems to me that top executives in big business take 4 years off to serve in the top levels of government and then go back to their executive jobs and vice versa. Revolving door between the two. It's the same people at the top of the public and the private sector. This to me seems to make the struggle between big government (Democrats) and big business (Republicans) pretty silly.

Asked By: Hob - 10/11/2011
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
It is a conflict of interest. There should be no lobbying of government by big business. Get big business out of government by getting lobbying and lobbyists out of government. Google: The Occupied Wall Street Journal
Answered By: NZ territorial waters - 10/11/2011
Additional Answers (11)
Oh woooah, oh woooooah, oh wooooah, oh... More
Answered By: Jason - 10/11/2011
Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn’t.
Answered By: Obama One Kanobie - 10/11/2011
Welcome to reality
Answered By: Crow - 10/11/2011
Yes. Big Business still favors education, promotes on merit, is accountable to a budget and.....gasp!....actually makes money...
Answered By: u_bin_called - 10/11/2011
Great Question . And I agree with you
Answered By: bluechristy - 10/11/2011
Nope they are One in the same. Government/Wall St.
Answered By: Indescribable Gift on the Way - 10/11/2011
In spite of "popular" wisdom... More
Answered By: coldfuse - 10/11/2011
Big business hands out a check for 40 hours per week of work. Big government just hands out a check.
Answered By: Ron Raygun - 10/11/2011
Lets see, DEMOCRATS had total control of all of Congress and the Presidency until last January... More
Answered By: GABY - 10/11/2011
That space where you have (Republicans) needs to read "(Democrats.)" Then you'll be right.
Answered By: Peace through blinding force - 10/11/2011
If so, blame Democrats. Obama is the one who brought Jeffery Immelt on-board and dictate to some business what they need to do for the State, or else.
Answered By: Socrates - 10/11/2011
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