Monday, June 30, 2008

A Rare Compliment for David Brooks

I'm not a big David Brooks fan by any means,  but anyone interested in the political money game in this presidential election cycle (or any recent cycle for that matter) should take a look at this very brief Brooks column that recently appeared in the New York Times.  

It details the alignments of various sectors of corporate America with the two major political parties while pointing out a rather sobering fact: no matter who wins this fall's election, elite corporate powers will be well placed in their mission to continue the expansion of corporate influence on the policies of the Executive Branch of the Federal Government.  It also discusses the wide reach of Goldman Sachs, a firm that might have more political power than any other private entity in the world.  Do a little research if you don't believe me.

5 comments:

jpt said...

don't vote.

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? said...

I'm not exactly sure what this means to anything. The government and everyone involved therein is controlled by corporations with money? How is that news?

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