Effort, and not effort for everything at the same time, is the best you can expect. You're not electing a dictator after all. The remainder of the power is for the other elections to distribute.Aside from that, "88%" is only those that he has blatantly broken. Compromise can destroy the soul of an issue, and stalling could end up either way.
"The day we stop exploring is the day we commit ourselves to live in a stagnant world, devoid of curiosity, empty of dreams."
I dare say even one of those 'fleas' you are talking about probably contribute more to society then all of us voloconites combined. For example, Bill Gates.Quote by: Iolo
Well if 'exploiters' are making society prosperous and creating ipods, windows, spaceships and other technologies, then lets have more 'exploiters'. In other words, the amount of 'exploiting' somebody does is not the measure of their value, but rather their net contribution to society is the measure.Quote by: Dan47
Oh oh, my communism sense are tingling... I was just making a simple utilitarianism point. If what other these rich people are doing is creating a larger positive for society then us regular joes, then by that measure alone, we are more of the freeloaders (or 'exploiters') then they are.Quote by: Dan47
That's a very rudimentary understanding of the CEO's role in a company. CEO's are actually hugely important, why else would business' pay millions and millions of dollars for them, are they just idiots? CEO's are a rare breed of aggressive and innovative people, they are 1 in a million, janitors are a dime a dozen and can easily be replaced.Quote by: Dan47
Its the worst system out...besides from all the other ones.Capitalism is hilarious.