Can we just bail on playing Capitalism?
It's like when your playing Monopoly and you're eight hours deep and one person is dominating, but you just keep playing for some reason. Every turn you land on some property with a hotel and you have to work out some deal to pay rent, and you give away Illinois Ave and your Get Out of Jail Free card just so you can keep playing a game you are never going to win. And then Comcast purchases Time-Warner Cable and the courts rule that the FCC can't enforce its net neutrality laws and the most powerful force for social change, and a platform with limitless potential for commercial growth that allows equal opportunities for any single website to attract and maintain an audience/customers comes under the control of a corporation intent on turning the information superhighway into a series of toll roads killing all future internet start-ups that aren't already well-funded; putting hundreds of thousands of bloggers, vloggers, podcasters and web designers out a job; and reasserting the necessity of the cable television industry by eliminating Netflix, Hulu, HBOGo, YouTube, etc.
So, I say we just bail. Put the Capitalism board game somewhere deep in the attic where no one will ever find it again. Let's just go play in the woods and build a fucking fort.