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and feel like waging class war, in spite of commies being close to the top of my hate list. But hey, they're topped by feudalist, so I guess that's that.

These policies, via targetted tax cuts, massive corporate pork made possible by a war of choice, and lax monetary and banking policies, had as sole goal to make the rich richer. Stagnant wages, made possible by weakening of corporate regulation and increased access to the Chinese labor pool, were instrumental in making higher profits possible, and lax monetary conditions allowed bubbling financial asset values.

Too many "possible" in my opinion.

capture ofthat wealth easier forthe owner class

Should be

capture of that wealth easier for the owner class

and

an invitable result of the neoliberal pollicies pursued

Should be

an inevitable result of the neoliberal policies pursued

To the barricades!

Peak oil is not an energy crisis. It is a liquid fuel crisis.

by Starvid on Wed Aug 22nd, 2007 at 05:04:54 AM EST
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