[rescue] Do you remember when? Security software.....

Daniel de Young daniel at velvetsea.com
Wed Aug 13 14:53:35 CDT 2003

On Wed, 2003-08-13 at 12:30, Jonathan C. Patschke wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Aug 2003, Kevin wrote:
> > Agreed 100%, if you're calling the CEO greedy, you may
> > as well call the shareholders (me!) greedy as well.
> If the shoe fits...
> Corporations (and, by association, shareholders) are government-
> authorized, society-created entities.  If a corporation will gleefully
> outsource its labor overseas, pissing on the society that gives it the
> right to exist, solely to line the pockets of a few stockholders, that
> is grossly irresponsible.
> Note that I said "irresponsible" and not "illegal".  They are legally
> authorized to do so, of course.  There are plenty of immoral and
> irresponsible things that are perfectly legal to do.
> They have legal protection granted them by society.  The least they can
> do is keep our economy running.

Or perhaps we could just pass a law requiring them to be moral.  That
seems to have worked so well in the past (and present) with laws

* drugs
* prostitution
* abortion
* homosexuality
* fornication
* alcohol
* etc.


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