"We need to celebrate every time someone starts a business in this country — not regulate it to death. A new business? Great. Go and compete. Do your best and make a lot of money."
—Jeb Bush, political non-candidate.
Anybody else see a Bush v Clinton run for 2016?
With the GOP running off the Reagan playbook and railing against regulation, I'm curious what new entrepreneurial efforts are being stymied by government interference. I mean, aside from bars and nightclubs in Utah.
Yes! My startup, New Organ Surprise Harvesters LLC, is officially back in business.
Jeb Bush is not a good guy. He posted obscene gay flyers in gay sexual acts in the gay neighborhood near a gay bar and busy gay intersections. I asked him to consider taking them down. He told me he will do what ever he wants, whenever he wants.
I guess the people who elected him had the same attitude
"…not regulate it to death.": Hey bozo, name ten companies that have been "regulated to death" in this county. Hell, how about even one? Meanwhile, a good many companies have lack-of-regulated the rest of us nearly to death – Enron, Lehman Brothers, and BP, to name but three. I'm an entrepreneur, and I'm sick of plutocrats like Jebby Boy claiming Big Bad Gub'mint regulations are strangling small businesses or indeed pretending they even give a damn about small businesses. It's utter bullshit.
@Ralph Haygood Ha you fool! Regulating to death really means a company paying any taxes, keeping employees in America *unless illegal immigrant employes, and preventing us, generally, turning into North Korea.
Just so we're all clear, what's going to happen is if Romney loses in Michigan we're gonna get a brokered convention, which means it's up for grabs for anyone who hasn't already run. Jeb Bush and Christie, maybe Rubio, are my guesses. I'm really hoping it doesn't happen just because we've ground down every current Republican candidate.
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