Let Us Bring Back Small Business By Reducing Regulation From the Bureaucracy

A few years back our think tank was discussing what we needed to do to bring back our economy and the jobs we need in the United States. We addressed the issue of our ultra-slow growth under the Obama Administration and the dismal economic recovery. One of the members of the think thank was busy listening to the in-depth dialogue and stated;

“Let’s entertain the idea that both Congress and the president’s office are conservative by a great majority. Both government branches could make all of the changes in the world to standardize business as they deem necessary and most efficient. What is to keep an extremely liberal party from taking Congress and the White House, and reversing all of the good the other party did? There isn’t really anything as long as there is a majority vote.”

She then talked about the ‘pendulum of politics’ and how one party is in power then the next and how the policies reverse over and over again and how this continues the challenges with uncertainty which slows our economic growth as money, investments and capital sit on the sidelines.

Indeed, this is true, however, shouldn’t we all agree that politics can’t keep its hands of Free-Enterprise. The Democrats want to hijack the flows of commerce; labor, efficiency, capital, and profits for their special projects, which usually involve buying votes with socialist populist gifts, and the Republicans have allowed themselves to get so deep in crony-capitalism (Democrats also) that they hardly notice they are destroying the efficiencies of choice and free-markets, while they pretend they are doing positive things for our nation.

Basically, both sides are doing good for themselves and their ability to stay in power. Yes, the system is broken, thus, the power should taken back until they all grow up, and start doing what’s best for the nation, and serving the people and this great nation and not serving themselves at our expense. But, I digress, because I am not allowed to say that, nor you or we both end up on “watch lists” so yes the system is rotten. Even good people in Washington DC are only good they say for about 18-months, the best of them maybe 36 max, as the system corrupts.

Uncertainty is therefore guaranteed, but some say that the reason that government moves so slow in the bureaucracy is because it was designed that way to protect the people from it moving too fast in one direction which is dangerous to all, including the businesses, even the future of the country’s stability, which is extremely important in complex systems.