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Subject: Economy question: Customers or Business Date: 10/10/2012 2:16 PM
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Which one of these things should be protected to make the economy grow? This rhetorical came to mind as I saw a small business vehicle (company stickers on it) pull into the Lowes. Scrawled, ok fine I'll admit, finely printed in shoe polish on the back window was his devotion to Romney Ryan in 2012.

So...here is a small business man. Who's company is NOT relying on any kind of the accounting gimicks that make huge corporations billions...a company that relies on home owners like me to hire him.

He is supporting the guy that says business is the most important
He is against (stickers said so) the guy that says the customers are most important.

That is how this idea finally distilled down to me. If you are a small business owner and the Republicans actually make (HAHA) less regulation and less business taxes...but cut welfare and aid, cut middle class breaks and maybe even raise taxes on lower and middle class...if that come true...HOW THE HELL DOES THAT HELP YOUR COMPANY?!?!?!

I am middle class and if you take away my money, how do I frikken hire you to do construction work on my house?!?!?!

Isn't that what this whole thing boils down to? Bob..wanna point out where my reasoning is off?
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