The Anti-Investor Right


June 13, 2007

One of the great missed opportunities for Democrats in recent times was the corporate accounting scandals of 2002. Here was a chance to mint an entire new generation of Democratic voters, people who, asked what they thought about "big corporations" in focus groups convened by Stanley Greenberg, spat out "money," "greed," and "Enron," and "try and run the little guy out," and "have too much control over the little people." . . . "They want more and more and more.... "It really makes me question and just lose faith in everything that we are supposed to believe in."

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