Wednesday, September 01, 2010

"Stop The Uncertainty," The Candidate Cried

Once upon a time, not so very long ago, we were having problems with a Chinese supplier. One group of investors had locked the plant in an attempt to wrest control from another--read, "My"--group of investors. We were told to not worry at all.

Our lead investor calmed us with the news that, "We have paid the Army. If there is no settlement in ten days they will reopen the factory for us."

That must be the level of control Ron Johnson got all wistful for yesterday,
"And his point is, the level of uncertainty, the climate for business
investment is far more certain in Communist China then it is in the U.S. here,"
Johnson said.

Too much "uncertainty" in Free Markets for RoJo. Tell me again why this man is a serious candidate for office.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

because Dick Morris told him to run...