jbuist: Felgraf: The debates are not run by the government.True, but they're aired by television stations, and the government has a say in making programming decisions.
Tigger: Bloody William: Some structures tend to lead to oligopolies forming when left unchecked with no external change? Good thing that can't happen in the free market.You're not allowed to discuss the economics of externalities, natural monopolies, missing markets or non Pareto efficient outcomes I'm afraid. It's from the evil liberal economics textbook.Please use only those concepts officially allowed in your assigned text Derponomics: A new edition (with completely updated foreword by Michele Bachman)
lordaction: OP is an idiot. They are shut out by the government. If the government were to stop there is no problem. Fits perfectly with the philosophy that people should be free to do what they want compared to the democratic socialist welfare state the liberals want.
Bloody William: Some structures tend to lead to oligopolies forming when left unchecked with no external change? Good thing that can't happen in the free market.
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