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Talk about greed
by Ted Rudow III, MA (Tedr77 [at]
Monday Feb 3rd, 2014 1:37 PM
The Supreme Court has walked away from any sort of responsibility to maintain democracy at that level. That's the aspect of government that's broken. And it doesn't matter whether it's Obama or Clinton or Bush or anybody at this point. If this is the way we're going to do business, we're not going to do business. You know, they’ve paid for it to be inert. And ultimately that aspect of capitalism hasn't been dealt with in any way.

Talking about greed, just greed. And it's a self-destructive greed to the economy that does lift all boats in the sense that, you know, we're arguing about the minimum wage right now and making it $10. It's the power of capitalism. You're going to move to the manufacturing base to the Pacific Rim and to Mexico. The federal minimum wage is $7.25. If it had been adjusted for productivity gains and inflation, today it would be $21.72.You saw a great first act in Occupy Wall Street. It's a shame they had no second act, but they had a good first act. Let continue to act!
Ted Rudow III, MA