It Takes A Village to Create a Business

It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: lsayre On: Thu Jul 19, 2012 10:33 am

Our President is being honest. He is not speaking the truth here mind you, but he is being honest in that he is revealing to us his inner soul (and it is the soul of a Socialist).

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012/07 ... at-happen/
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: franco b On: Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:25 am

lsayre wrote:Our President is being honest. He is not speaking the truth here mind you, but he is being honest in that he is revealing to us his inner soul (and it is the soul of a Socialist).

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012/07 ... at-happen/


He is right in that many created the climate for business to flourish, beginning with our founding fathers. That's the climate he is destroying, or trying to.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: Dann757 On: Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:40 am

I'm surprised it took a few days for somebody to bring this latest outrage to our attention here. Exactly, he let his mask slide off his face on that gaffe. I take major offense at it as a small small business owner myself.
I hope it backfires on him, I know it has annoyed a lot of people that have worked for their own American Dream.
I don't think most Americans mind paying taxes for infrastructure. I'm always grateful for infrastructure, but it's the work of the ambitious that paid the govt. in taxes to implement the road and bridge building in the first place!

They just re-paved about a half mile of road right off my lane in town here. I'm working on the next side road down, so I've had to go around during the process, or ask the town worker if I could get through. A few times I was able to go down the freshly milled pavement. I noticed a street sweeper they use to clean the milled road before they lay the new asphalt. The guy went up and down the street about ten times, wasting taxpayer's money! All in all, it was a quick and decent job though. However, the hill that comes down off the church property has some major runoff from rainwater. A church member dug a swale up on the pastor's house land to prevent the constant washing out of the unpaved driveway. I'm the guy that pointed out this solution. Now the runoff has been diverted to the same road they just paved, over the last year. The runoff started coming out of the wooded lot onto the street and puddles formed there. The town came by and dug the shoulder a little bit, to get the runoff to reach the damn storm sewers they put in a few years ago! There's three of them along the road and another one at the end of my lane. They don't maintain the shoulder on my lane, and rainwater washes across the lane every time.
Now, we'll see how the freshly paved road directs the runoff, I suspect that since the hill now meets the road directly with no thought put into the shoulder or the drains, the same rapid deterioration of the road will occur again!
Sorry for the novel here, the point is, that's the govt. in action, throw money at problems without efficiency. Yep, I didn't build that road and i do need it to get to the job. I just would have made it right in the first place.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: homecomfort On: Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:20 pm

Dann757 wrote:I'm surprised it took a few days for somebody to bring this latest outrage to our attention here. Exactly, he let his mask slide off his face on that gaffe. I take major offense at it as a small small business owner myself.
I hope it backfires on him, I know it has annoyed a lot of people that have worked for their own American Dream.
I don't think most Americans mind paying taxes for infrastructure. I'm always grateful for infrastructure, but it's the work of the ambitious that paid the govt. in taxes to implement the road and bridge building in the first place!

They just re-paved about a half mile of road right off my lane in town here. I'm working on the next side road down, so I've had to go around during the process, or ask the town worker if I could get through. A few times I was able to go down the freshly milled pavement. I noticed a street sweeper they use to clean the milled road before they lay the new asphalt. The guy went up and down the street about ten times, wasting taxpayer's money! All in all, it was a quick and decent job though. However, the hill that comes down off the church property has some major runoff from rainwater. A church member dug a swale up on the pastor's house land to prevent the constant washing out of the unpaved driveway. I'm the guy that pointed out this solution. Now the runoff has been diverted to the same road they just paved, over the last year. The runoff started coming out of the wooded lot onto the street and puddles formed there. The town came by and dug the shoulder a little bit, to get the runoff to reach the damn storm sewers they put in a few years ago! There's three of them along the road and another one at the end of my lane. They don't maintain the shoulder on my lane, and rainwater washes across the lane every time.
Now, we'll see how the freshly paved road directs the runoff, I suspect that since the hill now meets the road directly with no thought put into the shoulder or the drains, the same rapid deterioration of the road will occur again!
Sorry for the novel here, the point is, that's the govt. in action, throw money at problems without efficiency. Yep, I didn't build that road and i do need it to get to the job. I just would have made it right in the first place.


no one is perfect, from the mayor of your town, the road master, to the shovel operator. waste is inevitable, now greed, laziness, ignorance, bribes, that is a crime.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: lsayre On: Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:26 am

Here is my choice for VP, speaking out on the matter:

http://archive.lewrockwell.com/sowell/sowell104.html
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: homecomfort On: Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:39 am

Yes, it does take a village to create business. that village does not include the super rich business barons who are systematically buying up the politicians, to institute THEIR rule, rather than the rules and wishes of the people. It is unfortunate that there are voters who have bought into the propaganda being sold to them, that enables them to continue unimpeded.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: lsayre On: Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:00 am

homecomfort wrote:Yes, it does take a village to create business. that village does not include the super rich business barons who are systematically buying up the politicians, to institute THEIR rule, rather than the rules and wishes of the people. It is unfortunate that there are voters who have bought into the propaganda being sold to them, that enables them to continue unimpeded.


Lenin and Stalin agreed with you completely. They had all of the money grubbing businessmen and major land owners of their day rounded up and summarily executed. It didn't work out all too well or lead to the promised utopia.

There is a Soviet term called "Useful Idiots". Think about it.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: homecomfort On: Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:05 am

and the Bush tax cuts, really created alot of jobs didn't it?? you can throw around your silly terms all you want, your are still under the influence, of the right wing intoxication, and spewing nonsense.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: lsayre On: Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:15 am

homecomfort wrote:and the Bush tax cuts, really created alot of jobs didn't it?? you can throw around your silly terms all you want, your are still under the influence, of the right wing intoxication, and spewing nonsense.


Classic Alinsky like evasion of the issue at hand. Bush was a war mongering Neo-Con who more than doubled the national debt by agreeing with the "too big to fail" fascist/socialist concepts of war and bail-outs and government buy-outs, thereby utterly destroying capitalism (which is straight up what he admitted that he did). Under such a scenario of massive government spending and intervention (being more than repeated by your chosen one, who is effectively 'Bush The Third') piddling tax cuts for the plebes become highly irrelevant. All of what is happening right now (and happened under Bush as well) is due to the fascist/socialist abandonment of any remaining vestiges of freedom and Laissez Faire capitalism and the Constitution, not the embracing of it.

How many bankster and Wall Street level criminals have faced trial under the chosen one (as well as under Bush)? They are instead being rewarded by both the puppet Republicans and the puppet Democrats.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: jpete On: Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:26 am

The head of the New York Fed during the LIBOR manipulation days was none other that Tax Dodgin' Timmy, Obama's Treassury Secretary.

I'm sure he'll put a stop to all the shenanigans right HC? :rofl:
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: lsayre On: Mon Aug 13, 2012 6:09 pm

And of course once the village takes over the business that you didn't make, its time to share the wealth equally with all:

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/ ... hared.html

There was not much enthusiasm from the crowd when Obama announced his clearly Socialist dream of shared prosperity. Perhaps he should try mentioning a dream of earned prosperity next time and see if the crowd cheers a bit more?

And for those who demand shared prosperity, there is no one stopping you from fulfilling your dream. Lots of charities and needy people will be willing to take your voluntary donations and put them to good use. That is the spirit that makes America great!
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: samhill On: Mon Aug 13, 2012 6:17 pm

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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: lsayre On: Mon Aug 13, 2012 6:21 pm

Do you perceive some valid sort of equivalence here to the gaff (err, honesty) that President Obama displayed with his comment? I'll grant you that the difference between these two candidates is unfortunately not all that great, but this comparison is a stretch.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: homecomfort On: Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:00 pm

lsayre wrote:
homecomfort wrote:Yes, it does take a village to create business. that village does not include the super rich business barons who are systematically buying up the politicians, to institute THEIR rule, rather than the rules and wishes of the people. It is unfortunate that there are voters who have bought into the propaganda being sold to them, that enables them to continue unimpeded.


Lenin and Stalin agreed with you completely. They had all of the money grubbing businessmen and major land owners of their day rounded up and summarily executed. It didn't work out all too well or lead to the promised utopia.

There is a Soviet term called "Useful Idiots". Think about it.

getting a bit over board here now aren't ya ?? think about what you just wrote, and some of the rest of yas. when you are not intoxicated that is. republican voters voted in the worst president this country has seen in many decades.. an embarrassment to the people who did not vote for the mental dropout. but he did get us into 2 wars hooray. republicans should lose their right to vote for 8 years, instead of republicans passing laws to suppress democratic voting areas.
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Re: It Takes A Village to Create a Business

PostBy: lsayre On: Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:06 pm

Did a village perceive of and create your business? Does a village share equally with you in the revenues it generates (positive or negative)?
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