: Some men cannot create or solve problems. They will never add to the creative effort required to run a business. They may make a fine laborer but they won't have any labor to do without the entreprenuers.
Aw, shucks! We'll just have to keep exploiting them, now won't we? For their OWN good, really. . .
Read the beginning of this post to hear a similarly reactionary message.
: There is no such thing as surplus value Barry.
That means there is no such thing as PROFITS as derived from employees' work. What an unfortunate assertion to make in public.
: When I set out to start this business, my ambition wasn't to "create social relations" as you say. It was to make a good living.
Just because you don't understamd the internal logic of capitalism doesn't mean there isn't one.
: Life is far less subtle and intricate than you think, Barry.
Spoken like a true fundamentalist, Stuart.