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  • leweb (edited 9 months ago)
    +9

    There are two basic ways corporations can take advantage of politicians’ prostitution tendencies: (1) if they’re only kinda willing to sell their asses for money, they can keep buying them using some money for some time; (2) if they’re extremely eager to give their asses away, they can just wave money in front of their faces and ask for everything they can possibly do to help.

    Most current politicians are somewhere in between (sadly, number (1) is the best we can hope for nowadays in terms of integrity). Ajit Pai is number (2) on steroids, and doesn’t even care to hide it. I’m not even sure that comparing him to a prostitute is fair to prostitutes.