Why the Left Makes Small Business Pay

by Datechguy | February 15th, 2013

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Why the Left Makes Small Business Pay

Today I stopped by one of my older adver­tis­ers Little’s floor cov­er­ing in Fitch­burg. The owner’s daugh­ter was there work­ing on the book while hold­ing new child. I men­tioned that per­haps some day she would be at the same desk doing the book for the fam­ily busi­ness. Her mom said she hoped for some­thing better.

The more I think about it, the more I’m com­ing to the con­clu­sion that for an exam­ple of free­dom, you can’t do much bet­ter than a small business.

A cit­i­zen through his time and efforts cre­ates the means to sup­port him­self and his fam­ily though hard work. If the work is done with qual­ity, he thrives, grows and pro­vides the means for oth­ers to sup­port them­selves and their fam­i­lies. All of this from the sweat of his brow and will­ing­ness to work hard, how much he earns, what he achieves how high he lives, all on his own shoul­ders with. Small busi­ness is the very essence and expres­sion of Amer­i­can Freedom.

What hold him back, to some degree fate, to another his com­peti­tors chas­ing the same dream but the biggest anchor are the rules and levies the gov­ern­ment can lay upon him.

So when you see (via hotair) a story like this

Min­neapo­lis is the fourth-​largest print­ing cen­ter in the U.S., accord­ing to Print­ing Indus­try Mid­west, a trade asso­ci­a­tion. Bol­ger said he’s fine with pay­ing higher per­sonal income taxes.

But he said his Bol­ger Print­ing com­pany had to shed more than 100 of his 320 jobs because of the reces­sion, and “I never want to go through that again” if he starts los­ing jobs to lower cost competitors.

I’m a 58-​year-​old Min­nesota boy. Wis­con­sin is prob­a­bly not in my future,” Bol­ger said. “But I would have to shrink employ­ees, decent mid­dle class jobs. I thought that’s what this is about.”

…don’t be sur­prised. The state can’t con­trol peo­ple who are not depen­dent on them and noth­ing makes a per­son more inde­pen­dent than run­ning your own business.

Peo­ple say liberals/​progressives raise taxes for the com­mon good and any harm to small busi­ness is inci­den­tal, acci­den­tal or for the greater good.

I dis­agree, to the liberal/​socialist/​progressive/​Marxist the state is all, only its power can bring the utopia they believe in. The inde­pen­dent small busi­ness­man on his own, stands in his way both as a source of rev­enue for their foes, and as an exam­ple of what a per­son might be able to be out­side of the states pro­tec­tive blanket.

That exam­ple given by the small busi­ness­man crys­tal­lizes the left’s great­est fear and that’s why, protes­ta­tions not with­stand­ing by pro­gres­sives, they must see him destroyed.

Today I stopped by one of my older advertisers Little’s floor covering in Fitchburg. The owner’s daughter was there working on the book while holding new child. I mentioned that perhaps some day she would be at the same desk doing the book for the family business. Her mom said she hoped for something better.

The more I think about it, the more I’m coming to the conclusion that for an example of freedom, you can’t do much better than a small business.

A citizen through his time and efforts creates the means to support himself and his family though hard work. If the work is done with quality, he thrives, grows and provides the means for others to support themselves and their families. All of this from the sweat of his brow and willingness to work hard, how much he earns, what he achieves how high he lives, all on his own shoulders with. Small business is the very essence and expression of American Freedom.

What hold him back, to some degree fate, to another his competitors chasing the same dream but the biggest anchor are the rules and levies the government can lay upon him.

So when you see (via hotair) a story like this

Minneapolis is the fourth-largest printing center in the U.S., according to Printing Industry Midwest, a trade association. Bolger said he’s fine with paying higher personal income taxes.

But he said his Bolger Printing company had to shed more than 100 of his 320 jobs because of the recession, and “I never want to go through that again” if he starts losing jobs to lower cost competitors.

“I’m a 58-year-old Minnesota boy. Wisconsin is probably not in my future,” Bolger said. “But I would have to shrink employees, decent middle class jobs. I thought that’s what this is about.”

…don’t be surprised. The state can’t control people who are not dependent on them and nothing makes a person more independent than running your own business.

People say liberals/progressives raise taxes for the common good and any harm to small business is incidental, accidental or for the greater good.

I disagree, to the liberal/socialist/progressive/Marxist the state is all, only its power can bring the utopia they believe in. The independent small businessman on his own, stands in his way both as a source of revenue for their foes, and as an example of what a person might be able to be outside of the states protective blanket.

That example given by the small businessman crystallizes the left’s greatest fear and that’s why, protestations not withstanding by progressives, they must see him destroyed.

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