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James Sinclair finds commonality.

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Bailouts, subsidies, tax breaks, special rights and privileges, regulations designed to restrict competition—to name a few of the many ways the government protects and stimulates corporate interests, and those things are every bit as anti-free market as, not to mention directly related to, the high taxes and excessive bureaucracy that gets Tea Partiers riled up. In other words, aren’t these two groups—Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party—raging against different halves of the same machine?

Plus this:

It’s a myth that big corporations are anti-government, right? They don’t want to have to compete in a free market, they want to “compete” in an artificially restricted market.

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