Corporations and government have combined to do what is best for themselves, and to hell with everyone else.
The Bush Administration claims it's not necessary to involve Congress with the SPP...
...It appears there is some precedent in not involving Congress. However, the SPP's goals include such deep integration and sharing of resources, including the military, that it absolutely should be debated in Congress, and should also be available for public debate. Certainly this counts as "long-term, complex legal obligations" as Wikipedia has defined.
But that is not what the Bush Administration has done. They instead have provided for private corporations to supply feedback and suggestions while ignoring the Congress and general public.
This is fascism. Corporations and government have combined to do what is best for themselves, and to hell with everyone else. They argue that what is good for business is good for the people. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Full article: Acronyms of Evil, Stop the SPP