One of you will end up here next!
Stuff like local laws written on behalf of cable companies that prevent new cable companies from entering the market.
And then there is the direct abuse that happened during the 2000s where former pizza delivery boys were selling mortgages on behalf of major banks and financial institutions to people who never have been able to repay the loan.
Abuses by the private sector happen daily and often and it should the job of government to stop such abuses.. that is why we have regulations. Government should not be there to promote such abuses.. which creating a defacto monopoly on behalf of a private company is.
First off, the mentality that the state pushed was everyone has a "right" to own a home. State abuse. The state created entities of Fannie and Freddie, that lowered standards continuously, is state abuse. The companies rightly assuming the state would bail them out is a state abuse problem.
The state is abuse, it does not stop abuse.