Subscribers toASI’s E-Newsletter may have noticed the addition of a weekly survey to the news features section. Here we present the results of the July 7 survey.
Is the Federal government too
involved in the private marketplace?
In the future, should the
government be allowed to own a piece of any U.S. company?
“How did we get to the
point where the only answer is for the government to take over?”
is necessary. Ownership is not.”
government has no right to get involved in private business. It goes against
our free enterprise system.”
the company is being mismanaged, the government has the right to protect its
make a difference. It doesn't matter how things get done, as long as they get
done. Too much is at stake.”
wants to be an entrepreneur now that the government wants to control and be a
part of everyone's business? The well-managed businesses will survive. A poorly
managed business should be allowed to fail. Stimulus funds (from my paycheck)
will only postpone the inevitable for the poorly managed companies. In
addition, all this stimulus money will only be followed by hyper-inflation.
Doesn't seem to be a wise thing to do in hard times.”
state and local governments should be subcontracting much of their work to the
corporate sector because of their inefficiencies, not the other way around.”
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