Posted 2 years ago on Nov. 24, 2011, 9:45 a.m. EST by ZenDogTroll
from South Burlington, VT
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If, as I have heard, greed IS good, then why do some in corporate endeavors oppose frivolous lawsuit? Are these not driven by GREED?
Would they not seek protection from behavior that is fraudulent in nature, and that is inspired by GREED?
And why should they NOT be so protected? since they do serve the function of providing the public with labor; and so with income, a resource with which all American families may flourish?
It is only in an atmosphere of fairness where all may benefit.
Corporations should be so protected from the avarice of greed.
So should the public.
Those who will cling to greed as a virtue, worthy of praise, will find their resources drained, their income choked off, and they will be destroyed.
Previously on greed: On Greed, and Externalities . . . . Nov. 23, 2011