Big busi­ness ver­sus big govern­ment

The News Herald (Willoughby, OH) - - Opinion -

Many are ap­par­ently not aware that big govern­ment and big multi-na­tional busi­ness are very sim­i­lar in many re­spects.

The ma­jor dif­fer­ence is big busi­nesses have to pro­duce prod­ucts and ser­vices to make a profit (or break even) to stay in busi­ness by sat­is­fy­ing both stock­hold­ers and the con­sumer mar­ket­place ....

Big govern­ment is a bloated monopoly with no com­pe­ti­tion that is con­tin­u­ally run at a loss at tax­payer ex­pense with lit­tle to no con­cerns about run­ning up the na­tional debt and bor­row­ing more funds at ex­or­bi­tant in­ter­est rates from other coun­tries.

Once elected, the “Board of Directors” (politi­cians) put their own in­ter­ests and agendas first and pay lit­tle to no at­ten­tion to “we stock­hold­ers.”

It’s about time we gave a re­al­life in­de­pen­dent ex­pe­ri­enced multi-na­tional bil­lion­aire busi­ness­man - who paid his own cam­paign ex­penses and owes no po­lit­i­cal fa­vors to ei­ther party, a chance as pres­i­dent in­stead of an­other com­pro­mised ca­reer party-line politi­cian.

The muck and mire in the swamp needs to be drained for Amer­ica to sur­vive and re­duce the present counter-pro­duc­tive po­lit­i­cal dis­sen­sion Fran­cis D. Lamm Wick­liffe

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