Chris Hedges explains why the Democratic Party acts not all that much different than the other corporate party, and why their traditional allies are only to happy to go along for the ride….
“The media, the church, the university, the Democratic Party, the arts, and labor unions — the pillars of the liberal class — have been bought off with corporate money and promises of scraps tossed to them by the narrow circles of power.”
Chris Hedges in ‘Death Of The Liberal Class’ (Nation Books, 2010)
He also notes:
“The liberal class refuses to recognize the obvious because it does not want to lose its comfortable and often well-paid perch.”