Quotebag #52

“Ronald Reagan was an asshole, and it’s high time liberals stopped trying quixotically to score cleverness points by declaring him a better asshole than the assholes the Republicans are now.”—Dale Carrico

“Our problem is not that we don’t have enough stuff — it’s that we don’t have enough ways for people to work and prove that they deserve this stuff.”—Douglas Rushkoff

“Having a cell phone and laptop doesn’t magically pay my rent or give me meaningful decision-making power in my workplace. Power relationships count regardless of the shiny toys involved. I want more than improvement in material conditions. I want genuine liberation.”—Summerspeaker

“An English friend of mine once said, when he encountered the annual cost of attending a US uni, ‘Thank god I didn’t have to mortgage my future just to have one’. Those happy days are now, apparently, over.”—Priyanka Nandy

“You add new lanes, even MORE people will drive, putting us right back at square one! Instead of throwing tons of money at a short-term solution, why not spend it on improving bus and rail service and encouraging carpooling? Oh, and get more highway patrol officers to crack down on these violent drivers who pose safety threats to the rest of us.”—Jean-Paul Wong

“So there’ll be a lot less paid work available, and a lot of stuff we’re still paying for will be either free or very cheap. But if you put it all together in the form of a Venn diagram, to what extent will the receipt of income from the remaining paid work overlap with the need to expend money for the remaining goods and services with a money price?”—Kevin Carson

“We need to address the core facts: these corporations, even if they were unable to compete in the electoral arena, would still remain control of society.”—AnonOps Communications

“Party conferences are irrelevant. The private sector runs the world. Let’s start sending thousands of press to their meetings.”—Kate B

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