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Free Markets Work for All

 
There is much argument as to the ailments within our economy and how to fix it. In this all too many people want the government to do the fixing. Truth is, they can't. The only thing which can boost our economy and keep it stable is for a free people to be able to take advantage of their abilities, ideas and personal drive to do better in a free market place. I know there are many who will have a cow over the "free market" comment. It is time those people get a grip on reality. The only ones who should have a problem with that term are fear mongers, those who think that it only pertains to large companies, or those who think that everyone should be just alike. There are barriers to the free market which hurt the little guy by imposing stupid licensing, business fees, zoning laws, and label demands. Entrepreneurship is hindered here. True entrepreneurship is someone without a pot to pee in creating something from nothing. Not people with large amounts of cash to drop in order to buy franchise rights from someone else. Some entrepreneurs have risen to the top and became corp. giants. A couple of examples are Microsoft, Apple, and Famous Amos Cookies. We must do away with any laws, fees, or license which keep Betty Whoever or John Doe from starting home based businesses in order to try for a better life and a more sound economic future. Many of these endeavors remain small to medium in size, some fail. Yet there are so many which could and would succeed if we would step out of the way and let these free people practice free enterprise, in a free and open market. Unemployment would go down, income levels for a vast number of people would go up, competition would keep prices down, and innovation would grow and prosper.  A broader, stronger tax base would emerge, the government would not be dependent on so strongly, thus decreasing spending and taxes would not have to go up. In fact it would not take long for a situation to develop where tax rates could in reality go down (not the book keeping tricks of shifting them around most politicians like to pull). We must stop depending on government or corporate America to do everything for us. Let's create a true economic boom where people are free to create their own jobs if none others can be found. It is no question that new companies, fads, and useful items will begin to hit the market place, and many of these endeavors will grow and give us a sound economy.

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