Big business versus big government
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