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Chet Ruminski Wrote: Regulation, controls and big government are the solutions for a thriving economy. Is that in some theory or do theorists exist to serve their livlihood. I had been thinking Robert Reich has been stifled for 30 years. Is full support for Hillary a requiem?
Get a grip man. I can give you a list of dozens of websites whose sole purpose is to bash Hillary Clinton.
I also feel the need to remind you and everyone else that we are a Democratic website that will support whomever the Democratic nominee is. This will not turn into an anti-Hillary website if she is the nominee.
There can be a balance between regulation, controls, and big government and a private sector that doesn't want the government breathing down their back at every turn.
I'm all about big government when it comes to a livable wage, health care, and an economic safety net, but I'm not about a big government when it comes to micromanaging every business large and small. That would stifle, not expand, economic growth.
Robert Reich has not been stifled for 30 years because Robert Reich hasn't been a public servant since his departure from the Labor Department in January of 1997. If Robert Reich wanted to run for higher officer afterwards then he should have, but no one is stifling him.