Fairly interesting read if you are so inclined:
Lists stooges, insiders, outsourcers etc.
then surely the European Commission (or Herman van Rompuy, at least) should be on there?
Not even trolling here.
This is an example of where right-wing libertarian thought starts to conflict with itself. Their mixture of being against large governments with sweeping powers and no accountability, while being pro free market ideals starts to fall apart as private companies take the space they feared governments would fill. This ends up with corporations driven by profit with huge amounts of power over a huge amount of people, with no set way to deal with them when they do something we don't like, the exact thing right-wing libertarians are supposed to be against.
They are, in fact, more 'democratic' than governments by their very nature.
can't think of anything he's done after toy story
These are all just people with jobs and stuff
which is a shame as it looked like it might be interesting.