Thursday, October 15, 2009

Turn Goldman Anger Into Government Action

National strikes are a good idea and sometimes work. The problem might be though, that our country is too big for national strikes to be effective, or that we do not have enough unions to organize said strikes.

One need only look to France to see how strikes influence government. For example, if the government decides to change a law that the people want, or the government decides to make a law that the people do not want, the people strike. Pretty soon, the sides talk and a compromise is reached.

Here, that seems absurd because one side seems to never want to compromise on anything. Having said that, on both sides it seems more to be about gathering power and money, and less about the doing something for the good of the people.
About Goldman Sachs
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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