Thursday, September 6, 2012

The Fallacy of the "Government/Business" Partnership

In his convention speech, Bill Clinton said there should be a partnership between government and business, and that is Obama's plan.

For those who are unaware, that is called STATISM, and it is only a hare's breath away from socialism. But that's not the point...

The point is, government does not co-operate and partner with business. The only thing the government does is tax business more, taking away needed capital, and regulating them more, which costs them more money and time. If getting in the way and obstructing business is what Democrats call "partnering", I'll go solo, thank you.

A partner is supposed to contribute to the health and success of the business. Regulations and increased taxes do just the opposite.

There are exceptions, however. If you are a big-time Democrat bundler, or you have friends in the White House, you can get billions of taxpayer bucks, then go bankrupt and walk away wealthy. That's what happened with Solyndra and 16 other "green" companies that Obama gave our money to, and every one went bust.

But for those of us who are not in the sack with Valerie Jarret, or greasing Democrat campaign coffers, well, all we get in the "partnership" is screwed.

Mr. Clinton, why not tell it like it really is? Obama is striving for statism so we will be on the road to socialism.

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