September 01, 2012

Go away, you clueless fuckwits

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is now going to fix California, because it is hostile to business.  Big priority for them.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce seems not to have noticed that every other country in the world wants its own Silicon Valley, which has only invented everything that mattered over the past 40 years, from the personal computer to Avastin.  The New York Times' Dealbook blog comments:
The truth is, there is no consensus on how to create this community. This is a problem because many are trying and few are succeeding. France, Norway and Malaysia have all failed despite fervent efforts. In the United States, California still dominates. Thirty-five companies on The Wall Street Journal’s 2011 list of the top 50 venture capital-backed investments are based in California. 
Yes, it's the one place on earth where companies grow fresh from the loamy soil, where dynamism and creativity dominate and the hidebound rules of corporate plutocracy do not apply.  I can hardly wait for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to "fix it" so it will one day work as well as the American Trucking Association (the former employer of CoC's Tom Donohue).

Of course there is one simple way to make significant headway on California's budget woes:  correct the nation's longstanding use of the state as a cash cow.  As this article demonstrates, over the past 20 years the hippy-dippy libtards in California, New York, Illinois, Massachusetts and Minnesota have supplied significant financial support to the self-reliant, rock-ribbed denizens of places like Mississippi, Alaska, Alabama, and Arizona (I omit West Virginia, as it is a special case).

Anyway, to return to the original topic: Fuck off, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  Take your clueless bullshit back to Planet Clueless, and shove it up your clueless asses, you clueless cretins.  This tendency to cluelessness must be checked.  It wears thin.  Go away, and stop being so clueless.  It will be better for all concerned, even for fuckwits such as yourselves.

I trust this will resolve the matter.

1 Comments:

Blogger First Sea Lord said...

U.S. Chamber has been on my list since I can't even remember.

September 2, 2012 at 9:35 AM  

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