This Selfish Ayn Rand Business Philosophy Is Ruining The US Economy

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Entrepreneurs deserve all the credit and money? Please.

Greg Russak‘s insight:

"So to suggest that entrepreneurs and investors deserve all the credit or compensation in the economy is absurd. It’s also absurd to suggest that placing all of a country’s wealth in the hands of entrepreneurs and investors is somehow good for the economy. The 100+ million Americans who work for others, after all, aren’t just "employees." They’re also American consumers. Every penny they earn is spent on buying products and services. So sharing more of a company’s wealth with the folks who create it isn’t just the right thing to do. It’s also good for the economy."

– Henry Blodget; Co-Founder, Editor-in-Chief, and CEO of Business Insider

Neither political party is blameless, but there’s only one party whose core values include this type of destructive economic philosophy and inconceivable levels of immoral selfishness. Just saying.

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Author: Peaceful Patriot

Proud middle class husband, father, and progressive liberal. Registered Non-Partisan but have much more in common with Democrats than Republicans. Consider Libertarians to be immature and underdeveloped in their understanding of reality. An atheist who doesn't care what you believe so long as you stop pretending the Founding Fathers intended for you to legislatively force your beliefs on everyone else. Laughs out loud in mocking disdain at the abject lunacy of birthers, climate science deniers, and hard core tea partiers. If that offends you, too bad. You're not rational and have no place at the adult table.

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