Corporations are soulless
Ah, the corporation - soulless but hungry. The corporation is not (as I understand it) directly owned by any individual in the way a sole proprietorship is. It has a board of directors - very often quite greedy - who are always asking the question, "How can we make more, more, MORE?" The ways Corporate America have answered that question have led to many of our economic and social problems. Why, for example, should oil companies be raking in obscene profits when some folks are paying three bucks a gallon for gasoline? Shouldn't the oil companies be suffering too, if supplies are as tight as they claim? Their collective profits are ALL OF OUR MONEY, from the suburbanite driving the SUV right "down" (in quotes because everyone has value but it helps the illustration) to the working-class urbanite driving a beat-up Nova. The soulless corporation is out of control.
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