Oh, how cute. Venture Capital firm Kleiner Perkins (KPCB) is trying to switch places with government by producing a report describing their views on America’s financial problems at a time when our government is trying to be an entrepreneur.
Thankfully for both that switch will not need to occur, as the majority of our financial problems are related a simple origin: the free-markets of finance we have not.
Let each stay focused on their own domain, and on the reason for their disturbing avalanches, rather than trying to prevent the resulting snowballs.
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