Obama’s Fallacious Attempts to Control America’s Economy Through the Red Tape of Bureaucracy Have Stifled Business and Commerce

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto the Facebook wall of family…

"Your New Health Care System"

“Your New Health Care System”

The Obama Legacy: An Economy Choking on Red Tape:
http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org/2016/09/the-obama-legacy-an-economy-choking-on-red-tape/

Obama does not get business. He is a product of prep-school and then found his way into Columbia and Harvard. Then he became a “community organizer” in the Saul Alinsky tradition in Chicago. Then he became a politician. He hasn’t spent any time in the world in which most Americans live.

Indeed Obama has been downright hostile to commerce and the private sector since the beginning of his presidency. Remember the “you didn’t build that” nonsense? I mean really, anyone who has worked in the private sector, never mind started a business or made payroll, knew that the president was just woefully off base. To be kind.

Obama could almost be forgiven for the statement if it was understood that he was just trying to score political points. But It appears that the president honestly believed the “you didn’t build that” bit. And that is absurd for an adult. Sorry.

This ignorance of business, commerce, the ebb and flow of the economy, whatever one wants to call it, has colored Obama’s business policy from the outset and as such the economy has been retarded. Obama’s failure on the economy is only second to his failure on the racial front.

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My Commentary: Inconvenient facts…

American Government Orders Hundreds of Millions of Pounds of Food to be Destroyed Every Year

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following captioned photo, being shared by an acquaintance from here, and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

Santucci Farm – Traverse City Cherries: These cherries are beautiful! But, we have to dump 14% of our tart cherry crop on the ground to rot. Why? So we can allow the import of 200 million pounds of cherries from overseas! It just doesn’t seem right. What do you think? Please share this on your Facebook page🍒🍒🍒. Just to let everyone know we are not allowed to donate or in any way use diverted cherries. I have people who would buy them if I could sell them. Also these are tart cherries with a very short shelf life

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My CommentaryUS Government Orders Farmers To Destroy 30 Million Pounds Of Their Own Crop:
http://www.offthegridnews.com/current-events/us-government-orders-farmers-to-destroy-30-million-pounds-of-their-own-crop/

And, during the “Great Depression,” the State ordered hundreds of millions of pounds of food be destroyed to artificially boost market prices, even while millions of Americans spent years starving.

THIS is the Nature of the State…

Discussing How Government Breaks Your Leg, Offers You a Crutch, Then Expects Full Appreciation for the “Service”

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “Government: Breaks Your Leg, Offers You a Crutch, Then Expects Full Appreciation for the ‘Service’“…

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, "North & Hudson"

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, “North & Hudson”

Rayn: Government: breaks your leg, offers you a crutch, then says, “see – if it weren’t for me, you wouldn’t be walking!”

Dear City Hall: The Wait Time for My Permit Almost Squashed My Small Business:
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20160706/OPINION/160709954/permit-for-a-chicago-small-business-takes-a-long-time-writes-north

Rasool M.: You are right

Government: Breaks Your Leg, Offers You a Crutch, Then Expects Full Appreciation for the “Service”

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, "Hudson & North"

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, “North & Hudson”

Dear City Hall: The Wait Time for My Permit Almost Squashed My Small Business:
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20160706/OPINION/160709954/permit-for-a-chicago-small-business-takes-a-long-time-writes-north

(Rebecca Mueller) If you are thinking of starting a small business in Chicago, you might want to have an attorney lined up to help push things through City Hall.

Last week, my mobile fashion boutique, North & Hudson, finally hit the streets after months of sitting on the sidelines waiting for approval from the city.

After leaving my career in finance and graduating from fashion school, I watched dozens of my classmates flee Chicago for places like New York or Los Angeles. But I was determined to stay here in Chicago and to support local fabric and manufacturing businesses with orders from my clothing line.

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My Commentary: Government: breaks your leg, offers you a crutch, then says, “see – if it weren’t for me, you wouldn’t be walking!”

But, Without Government, Who Would Empower and Enrich Themselves by ‘Legislating’ Society Directly Into Poverty and Prison?

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

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Victory for African-Style Hair Braiders in Iowa:
http://ij.org/press-release/victory-african-style-hair-braiders-iowa/

(Matt Powers) Hair braiders in Iowa will soon be free to earn an honest living. Under a new law that will take effect tomorrow, July 1, braiders will be exempted from Iowa’s cosmetology licensing laws and will simply need to register with the state. The Institute for Justice (IJ) and braiders Aicheria Bell and Achan Agit will voluntarily dismiss their lawsuit challenging Iowa’s law requiring that African-style hair braiders get a cosmetology license.

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My Commentary: But, without government, who would empower and enrich themselves by “legislating” society directly into poverty and prison, while forcing their victims to pay for the so-called “service,” under threat of violence, kidnapping and murder?