ChewDawg wrote:Chris wrote:
I challenge you: go to a deserted island and try setting up a business. See how that works out for you.
People do it at Grand Cayman all time. Sparely populated, basic infrastructure (Airport and electricity), and banking, investment and insurance businesses have no problem at all.
Obama overstates the importance of government, teachers etc. If you want to learn how not to become a risk taker and entrepreneur---you get mentored by a teacher.
Same with infrastructure. The world is full of empty stadiums, ports etc. that were built upon political arrogance.
Businesses want stability, less regulations and red tape, and they want to be left the fuck alone (unless you are Solyndra leeches).
Having Obama say businesses owe their success to government and teachers sounds like Obama is listening to his Bachelor of Public Administration advisors/statists on staff that need reaffirmation of their career decisions ahahahahah.
ahahahahah ahohohohoho ahehehehehe
right about now, I think a dumbfuck liberal would ask: "what about bankers that rig the bids of municipal bonds so that usless stadiums, ports, etc, after bribing politicians, so that these things get built? What about the allowance of money in politics causing this corruption?"
but they're so far up the government's butt they can't even risk an internet argument, so don't count on it