No War But Class War

I was gratified to learn that executives from Duke Energy, Cincinnati Bell, Fifth-Third Bank, Dinsmore & Shohl law firm and other companies were jailed this week, even if only temporarily. The corporate employees voluntarily went to lock-up as part of a fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. After making phone calls to solicit pledges, the execs went free. Someday, when the revolution comes, we’ll do something similar, but the corporate bosses will have to raise a lot more money to pay for their crimes and earn their freedom.

— Gregory Flannery

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2 Comments on “No War But Class War”

  1. Why are so many threads on Porkopolis framed as class warfare?
    …Reminds me of me. (I have a little obsession with the War on Drugs.)

    Maybe we both need to get out more?

    But the War on Drugs is another example of class warfare.
    Forget I said that.

  2. David, it no doubt reflects the bias of the editor.

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