Re: Still the same liar, then
It's the Carnegie Capitalist mentality: capitalism is good, more capitalism is better, and anything done to attain the apex of those goals - from worker subjugation to market manipulation - is all part of the game.
We'll fix our historical legacy by doing good will projects with the monies that we rampantly abused out of the system, after we decide that we've had enough and walk off the playing field (note the consistence of the paradigm).
Indeed, it's all part of the game. All's Fair in Love and War, and Business is War to them. Anything goes, because anything can be justified away for the sake of those profit reports. Enron, Worldcom, Standard Oil...it's all the same, rinse and repeat, because our societies have been brainwashed by the PTB that money is all that talks. A little bit of slight of hand, to make things work "better" (for them, at least), is quite OK.
We, the human condition, will never get anywhere unless and until we learn to move past that, to see the lives behind the numbers on those quarterly spreadsheets, and realize that it is THEY that matter, not your little paper slips with printings of famous people on them.