Stop Blaming the Corporations….PLEEEEASE!

Here’s a quiz: CEOs are CEOs of major corporations and assume the risk and responsibility of managing these companies because: (a) they studied really hard in high school, went to a good college, pushed books instead of drugs, and worked instead of partied, and then interned and competitively strove for promotions; or, (b) ’cause dey be lucky, yo; or, (c) sat on their butts waiting for someone to hand them the opportunity along with their unemployment and welfare checks. Sadly, according to the Ed Show…the answer evidently is not (a).

*sigh* When did I wake up to a world where Joe Smith, the high school drop out, felt he deserved a six-figure salary for driving a delivery truck? I believe this: If you don’t like your situation, change it. It’s not the fed’s job to fix you. And I’m sick of hearing people demonizing the people that CREATE the jobs and have dedicated their lives to industry and capitalism. They don’t owe us a darn thing, people. They earned it through their own hard work and effort. If you worked for them, instead of growing your own business, then politely thank them for the paycheck and reevaluate what you want to be when you grow up.

About imaconstitutionalist

Single mom, US Navy Vet, honorably discharged after awarded for meritorious military service. Former professional musician. Owner of a strategic digital marketing, design and development firm. Volunteer. History and economics major. Staunch Constitutionalist and capitalist. Advocates for women, education, innovation development, legalized medical marijuana, and against parental alienation, the socialist agenda, and misogyny. Extremely proud of my family's patriotic history. Daughter of the American Revolution. Fan of Adam Smith, with a not-so-secret crush on Milton Friedman.
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2 Responses to Stop Blaming the Corporations….PLEEEEASE!

  1. I agree. They cry about greed and corruption? Corporate leaders are elected by the stock holders of the company and what goes on with the company is the business.of nobody else. If they want to boycott they can boycott but other than that they really don’t have any say. I agree a lot of the are way over paid, but so are too many in government and nonprofit.

    On the other hand a lady here in Vegas running a food bank was taking home nearly a quarter of a million dollars a year for the so-called charity she founded. The average donor of welfare charities earn $20,000 a year and donate about $100 a year, or volunteer their time for free so that a lot of them supporting her. City and County unionized firefighters knock down $200-$600,000 a year. It is all about vote buying.

    I have one little book on the left, the little red Communist Manifesto and two little books on the right, Animal Farm and The Elements of Style.

    Good luck with your new blog.

  2. When I was 12 I decided never to work for a corporation where I didn’t know the boss, and I didn’t and I’m glad.

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