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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Soylent Green Government

In meeting recently with some self-styled constitutionalists and anti-establishment types, I proposed that their most common principle seems to be a problem with government, and that the nature of the problem means that government will always be viewed warily.

The problem, you see, is that government is nothing more than an aggregation of people.   People are flawed and sometimes quite evil.   Hence, anything containing people is flawed and possibly evil.   Just like Soylent Green, government is people. 

Perhaps this problem can be solved when machines run the world.  (Memo to you sci-fi fans: Do not remind me of the "Cylon" problem from the show Battlestar Galactica. Thank you.)

Eric Dixon is a New York lawyer and strategic consultant for businesses, political campaigns and individuals. Mr. Dixon is available for comment or consultation at edixon@NYBusinessCounsel.com and 917-696-2442.

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