When they provide live entertainment like this:


Okay, then.


The problems with your logic are legion, but let's start with:

Nationalizing them is unConstitutional.  If you don't care about that, then please just move to China and join the glorious people's revolution.

Most of those companies aren't just US-based. They can move operations overseas and just smile.  

Subsidizing it doesn't make it any cheaper.  It makes it more expensive, and passes some of the cost off on taxpayers.

Your pollyannaish grasp of "green" power systems would be amusing if it wasn't tragic.  Suffice it to say that, while they all have their place, they are not going to replace uranium, which most civilized nations have already figured out.

Are you on the upstroke or the downstroke when you say "right wing media"?  You seem to love the phrase.  You might consider that the average reader of the WSJ is better educated and financially better off than you. Rather than whining, you might learn something.

Might I suggest you start by improving your 3rd grade grammar?

And here:


Michael Z. Williamson Hmm...for people not motivated by money, liberals sure spend a lot of time obsessing about money.

You realize most troops identify as conservative or libertarian, right? Including me (26 years).

Nope, it bothers me not at all that a CEO made however much your cute graph says he made.

But you should totally tell the CEO of Facebookhttp://openpresswire.com/ celebrity/ facebook-ceo-is-youngest-se lf-made-billionaire-in-his tory/ you're boycotting his operation until he's "fair" with his money.


At only 23 years old, the founder of social networking website Facebook Mark Zuckerberg reign in as the youngest self-made billionaire in the world. Announced by Forbes magazines yearly billionaire list Mr. Zuckerberg shot up to #785 on the list. You can view his bio page at Forbes here.

I love this site. It's constant proof that Democrats are idiots and arguing with them is a waste of time.