But I think what Glenn must have meant is that since greedy industrialists spent the money to put him and his buddies in power, they've made it cost effective for businesses to pay American non-professional workers less over the past 30 years thus increasing the economic, emotional, and spiritual pressure on young people to the point where they have to worry about taking care of themselves rather than taking care of each other. After all, as Mr. Ryan and Sen. Johnson, and the other Randians now in power will assert, it's good to be selfish -- and Glenn has enabled economic policies designed to produce as much selfishness as possible.
That must be what he meant. Maybe one of his secretaries screwed up the copy in his news letter.
29 April 2011