Dec 19, 2009

Mmmm, Corporatism

The health care bill is one of the most flagrant advancements of corporatism yet, as it bizarrely forces millions of people to buy extremely inadequate products from the private health insurance industry -- regardless of whether they want it or, worse, whether they can afford it (even with some subsidies). In other words, it uses the power of government, the force of law, to give the greatest gift imaginable to this industry -- tens of millions of coerced customers, many of whom will be truly burdened by having to turn their money over to these corporations -- and is thus a truly extreme advancement of this corporatist model.
Sweet.

Worse than anything Bush did economically? Absolutely.

2 comments:

pagnaet said...

Fascism is great, amiright?

Dave Anthony said...

Yes, fascism is great.