"I've never believed we need more capitalism than we currently have, but we don't need or want an excessive amount of either extreme. So even some of the 1% see the system as rigged, and wished for something fairer."

Some will argue what we have is currently way to much of the former and almost none of the latter. I'd have a hard time disproving that claim. Depending on your financial and material security seems to make an impact on where you fall on the scale.
I don't expect the rich to do much of anything to help with the situation any. They're the problem and not the cure.

Trump represented a departure from the status quo. Hillary was the status quo. I see no signs of that dynamic changing for the next general election as a left alternative will not be made available unless Sanders pull's off a miracle.


Edited by chunkstyle (06/30/19 02:21 PM)