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Your right, but I believe they are all connected to the main question, that could be a yes or no.
Really, the teacher tone? Don’t mistake my rant of questions as those of a clueless whelp. You’ve studied government? How is working together not one of the prime jobs of those that we elect to represent us? I’m not talking checks and balances here!
I am sorry Phion you asked a good question, and I attempted to answer it. I agree working together is a good idea. However, their is no incentive for people to work together. I am limited by space, but I can give you a reason why?
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Very true and yet people still keep electing representatives that do not do a good job
I can agree up to a point. But why you describe is exactly what government was like in the late 19th century America were corporations actually did run America. You know the age of the robber barons. Do you really want ot go back to that? I don't
Corporations run America today, they write regulations to benefit themselves and eliminate their competition. The government just passes the regulations.
Oh, I agree, but I would not call them regulations because corporations don't like that what the federal government does is give them contracts, eliminate regulation, and give exceptions to regulations and great tax breaks, I agree end these
Regulations almost always do the opposite as intended. Corporations do like regulations because it eliminates their competition. Corporations can afford paying fees or fines associated with regulations but their smaller competitors can't.
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