Their Side. Not Business friendly. Mine...

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I keep here a lot about how President Obama and the Democrates currently

Running congress are the most unfriendly business adminstration in histroy.

I hear that Business are scared and affraid and cowering in the cornor from the abuse

Etc,etc,etc.We all have heard this and I would like to offer my simply thought on this...

Maybe this is not the most unfriendly business adminstration but is maybe

one of the worker friendly we have had in a very long time.I can see how this can be confussion.

The other rant of the scared and terrified corporations.I say man it up .Oh no we may have to pay taxes ,oh no we are too scared and timid to do anything at this time.Oh no what will happen in thefutrure oh no what are we ever going to do in this Socialist,commie,pinko,business hating country of America....

If we the workers are called fat and lazy and stupid I have to ask what does that make you. Low wages ,no inflation,pleanty of people looking for work.Low intrest rates.States and towns offering the world to come to them. I say your all what you discribe the people of this country...

How can someone come here open a food store,a gas station,a package store or any host of companies from other countries and seem to have no problems but Oh no American CEO are too affraid to come out from under their covers and make some money.

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