Reagraham Lincool wrote:What the fuck does this even mean? No wait, let me guess: "dole it out evenly" means that farmers should get even bigger subsidies.Pokaris wrote:Right, the government should take everything and dole it out evenly but that's not how it works.No more than the costs of management. Again, that's just a given though. Whatever Capital sees fit to allocate itself is, apparently by definition, the right amount and can bear no share of blame for later shortfalls. You notice how this is kind of a theme? It's like you're mentally incapable of taking your claims and seeing if they apply to the capital side of the equation too (here's a hint: they always do).Pokaris wrote:The pension costs had absolutely nothing to do with GM and Chrysler's downfall? Do you intentionally ignore history or are you really that stupid? You're doing more to illustrate that public teachers aren't worth what they are paid than making a case for them.
Of course, there IS a difference. The difference is that while these things are the demands of Labor, the law makes their grant the prerogative of Capital. That prerogative ALSO carries the burden of responsibility (or else you're saying that the people who were NOT in charge of the decision are at fault).
No, you'd love everything to be redistributed. Unfortunately it never will work because people like me that can assess a financial situation will always beat people blinded by their biases.
We're talking about government unions here. You realize that right? This whole capital bit doesn't even apply so why don't you knock it off?
If you want to pretend the UAW was at all innocent why don't you read up on Saturn. When you figure out that the labor isn't just being exploited by the capitalist but also by the unions, you'll be more informed than you currently are.