Comment: No, some of your comments made wonder about it

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No, some of your comments made wonder about it

You don't seem to be able to distinguish between capitalism and corporatism.

Capitalism in its true form requires very small government.

Corporatism requires very big government.

They are not the same thing, and you are claiming that the formation of a corporation, in itself, creates corporatism.

But Average Joe who incorporates his business does not get handouts from the government. That is the corporatists who do.

You don't seem to be able to distinguish between the concept of limited liability, which is a net benefit to the economy, on the one hand, and big government special favors to SOME (a small percentage) of corporations on the other hand.

So, it is logical to find out first of someone who is coming from your perspective is pro-capitalist or anti-capitalist first. Then, the next question becomes whether you can distinguish between capitalism and corporatism (because you seem to be mixing the two).