Interesting essay from Dan Collins at Conservativecommune.com, and he’s just about right.
Private industry has been informed that it is now under the power of the state. The government can compel industry to do it’s will pretty much without restriction now. “Private enterprise” in this country is being destroyed. (Though it can be revived with lots of hard work.)
It is not just government doing the compelling. The corporations are entwined in a vulgar tango of cronyism with the state. Where the state compels, industry compels elsewhere. Yin and yang, but the distinctions between the 2 camps are increasingly ill-defined.