Monday, August 22, 2011 5:50:14 PM
@Yaezakura: Why do you think that I think that fraud should be legal? It's fraud to pass food off as safe when it`s not, for the sake of cutting corners. Fraud is bad and illegal (and rightfully so); companies are held accountable for their actions--your argument is invalid.
And you seem to forget that it`s in a corporation`s interest not to kill their patrons. A corporation that has a reputation for poisoning their customers will lose to one that doesn`t.
Regulations violate individual rights; an individual should be allowed to sell his property in the way that he sees fit and not what you--or the government--say is the "proper" way.
If you don`t like the way a corporation does business, don`t buy from that person.
Monday, August 22, 2011 3:40:23 PM
The thing is having this tax cut for the rich actually is bad for them too. As the economy gets worse, the value of the dollar goes down. Get rid of the tax cut and improve the economy and the value of the dollar goes up, making their money worth more.
Monday, August 22, 2011 9:36:38 AM
Crakjakass agrees with M archer the virgen boy who's going to tell you how to have sex because he thinks he knows it all from the porn he`s seen.(same hard core porn Crakrjakass`s been watching for too long)
Sunday, August 21, 2011 8:47:12 PM
Archer, sorry, but no. Private companies should not be in charge of building and maintaining the roads that we all REQUIRE in our daily lives. Nor should they be in charge of the safety of our food when companies could pay them to lie, ensuring sub-standard food gets into the supply.
Nothing that is required to live should be handled by an entity out to do nothing but make a profit. Not without regulation, anyway--such as food safety measures and electrical grid compatibility regulations.
Because the moment a company can screw you over to make a quick buck, they will. Because the customers don't matter--only their cash does. And once you have that, to hell with the people.