The GOP Needs to Understand That the Corporations Are Its Enemy
Posted: Apr 08, 2021 12:01 AM
Old habits die hard, and now itâ€™s time for the GOPâ€™s habitual support of big business to die, and to die hard.
Look around â€“ the corporations have decided itâ€™s a great time to use their power against us. There used to be a kind of gentlemanâ€™s agreement â€“ they stay out of our business and we stay out of theirs. But they broke that agreement. They decided to go all in. And itâ€™s no coincidence that the political positions they have taken conform exactly to those of the Democrat Party. So, the hell with them.
This change has been coming for a while. We need to understand the nature of the old Republican/big business relationship to see what happened. The companies were never with us culturally â€“ they wanted fewer regs, lower taxes, open borders, and docile workers. They didnâ€™t care about social issues. They stayed out of it. But a few decades ago, when those icky evangelicals and others who actually worshipped something besides the almighty dollar showed up, the corporate types got restless. After all, it made for awkward convos at the country club when you were allied with the Jesus gun people from out there in Americaland. So, today, they have intervened in favor of our enemies, but they expect us to sit back and pretend itâ€™s 1987.
Why did they go with the liberal establishment? Because thatâ€™s who the multinational bigwigs are, and always have been. Itâ€™s always about class, and the class these robber barons circulated within looks down on regular Americans. Hence the current virtue signaling, where you have airlines and shaving cream companies telling us weâ€™re racist. Itâ€™s all about the execs making sure everyone knows whose side they are on, so the message to their brethren and sisteren and otherkin is, â€œHey, weâ€™re not like those people. Not at all.â€