[Reposted from old comment system, from Rene on Fri, 26 Mar 2010 17:03:04 0000]
Yes, fees. I've thought of this one before. I am personally a conservative, but more to the center. This is what brings me to the center. I believe there must be think tanks that are employed just to come up with fees. To be against that can actually be considered a liberal cause, as it would actually hurt big companies. I hate to say that, but I'm not on the side of greed. I want them to hurt these companies, but I also want jobs. This is a cause that, if taken up, creates an activist that will (can?) be bought off. I believe that's already happened. I believe there is a closed society of people who've chosen to study how to take as much as it can with out contribution to a FUNCTIONING economy.
Functioning means, you pay your employees, they shop, others pay their employees, and they shop. The more the people get paid, the more they can spend. They've begun to stop at letting people keep their money. They believe it is their right to take as much as they can outside of standard commerce, and it reflects in both wages, and this FEEECONOMY idea you've illustrated. Thank you, and I hope this increases awareness, and leads to an "unpredictable fees" law, and better wages, and more hiring, and less socialism, rainbows, and flowers everywhere. Sorry, still cynical.