Why can't anybody just make a moderately successful product any more without having to "change the industry" with their "new paradigm"?
Because unless it's an immanent-threattoyourlife-OMFG-terroristattack or an industry-changing ultra-mega-blockbuster-paradigmshifting-neweconomycreating-widget, it's not sensational enough to make it into the newstainmentblogosphere.
I'm a firm believer in using the tax code to influence behavior. Tax the snot out of them.
I'm glad you're not an elected official.....Wait a minute, are you an elected official?
Competitive mechanisms favor the group that cuts costs, reduces quality and undercuts the higher quality competitors.
If by "Competitive mechanisms" you mean "consumers" then you are sometimes correct. What opposite troll here doesn't realize is that there are two dimensions to a free market, the suppliers AND consumers. Suppliers don't just get away with whatever they can to increase revenue, they get away with what the market will bear. If consumers want lower prices then suppliers will figure out a way to lower prices. Business is not 100% to blame for sacrifices in quality.
So go ahead, attempt to equate the parties, but on issues like this, the truth is absolutely clear, them dems are definitely the lesser of two evils.
You mean like the one who signed this into law? Like the one who promised to close Gitmo? Like the one who based his entire political campeign on peace? Like the one who promised Federal resources wouldn't be spent on prosecuting individuals who abide by state laws? I'm so sick of this "the democrats are the lesser of two evils" nonsense.
What is mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind. -- Thomas Hewitt Key, 1799-1875