Again we see why liberals should recommend movies and let the adults hand economics.
1. "The government doesn't set wages for Ford"
This on its face is correct, yet the government writes regulations and laws to force business to set minimum wages and forces business to meet these regulations in order to have government contracts. Read the following regulations written by these slugs.https://www.dol.gov/general/topic/wageshttps://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversig ... =Standardshttps://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversig ... ries-wages
HOWEVER, since the government has nothing to do with wages, lets disband these agencies since they are useless.
2. "All new manufacturing plants are green"
Not sure what this ahs to do with anything, but again on the surface it s true. I guess this useless statement intends to state that if not for bureaucrats and regulations, business would not be smart about reasonable green issues.
HOWEVER, this is what bureaucrats can achieve:
"Project managers thought the regulatory requirements would be simple. The Federal Energy Regulation Commission, which oversees the permitting of hydropower projects across the country, did grant the city an exemption designed for small projects, but it made little difference. The city had to meet a laundry list of other regulations to comply with the Endangered Species Act, the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Environmental Policy Act, among others.
Logan City expected to spend a maximum of $1.4 million, but instead the project cost almost $3 million — which doesn't include the four years of effort the city poured into it. The city's assistant engineer said that the city will never undertake anything similar after "the permitting headache and the nightmare and the frustration of the process."
Federal funding made the Logan City project possible, and federal regulations strangled it. This is a case of "Green versus Green," when policies that are intended to protect the environment end up obstructing environmental progress."
Having a liberal tell me "I need to learn a little on the subject" is amusing. I have forgotten more on these issues than a silly liberal like you could ever teach me.
In summation, since you obviously know so very little on the subjects you babble about, I really am wasting my time with you. But you keep trying, I like the entertainment.