Is the GOP REALLY the Party of “Big Business”?
If you ask the average American to describe the stereotypical Republican, you’ll probably get something similar to the iconic “Monopoly guy” from the classic board game.
It’s hard to blame anyone who actually believes this: Democrats and often Republicans themselves have embraced this image. It’s based on the idea that Republicans, and by extension conservatives, want to limit government only so as to empower the largest and most powerful corporations to have more influence over policy.
But when you actually break down conservative policy, this isn’t exactly accurate. This argument also falls apart when you consider that the largest multi-national corporations in the world, such as Viacom or Time Warner, are almost always happy to shill for whatever the progressive flavor of the week is — whether it is for abortion rights or Pete Buttigieg.
So, how did Republicans fall into this trap in the first place? Steven Crowder takes a crack at a few answers below, and dispels many half-truths and lies in the process below.
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