I’m putting my money where my conservative, free-market principles are.
A snippet: “As a small business owner, defender of capitalism, and advocate of free speech, I am putting my money where my conservative, free-market principles are. TWITCHY.COM is proud to join companies across the country that advertise with talk show giant Rush Limbaugh and his Excellence In Broadcasting network. Today, we will begin running ads on the RushLimbaugh.com website.”
Like I said yesterday and have been saying for years, we need to unite against the progs’ collective, coordinated whitewash of Barack Obama and the organized effort to criminalize and silence conservative dissent.
However you can do it, large or small, please step up!
Speaking of start-ups, here’s my reaction to GOP support for the federally subsidized JOBS bill that is promoting new government aid to start-ups.
— Eric Cantor (@EricCantor) March 8, 2012
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) March 8, 2012
The left-leaning Atlantic scoffed at the Twitchy staff size:
Not everybody on the right likes this jobs-through-startups approach. “Dear Washington: Speaking as a new #startup owner, I don’t want a JOBS Act,” tweeted conservative blogger Michelle Malkin. “I want you to LEAVE ME ALONE.” But with only ten staffers listed on her startup’s staff, Malkin’s new company Twitchy isn’t exactly solving the unemployment crisis on its own.
“Only 10.” Yeah, and if Washington weren’t forcibly redistributing my money to the failed start-ups and now-bankrupt green energy scams that politicians favor, I’d have more of my own private funds to hire far more people. Multiply my situation by hundreds of thousands of small businesses with “only 10” or less employees, and you’re talking about creating real, free-market jobs. Which is something D.C. chuckleheads know nothing about at all.
Also revealing: The Atlantic suggests that it is the responsibility of startups to “solve the unemployment crisis.” Bull crap. Our responsibility is to pursue profits, satisfy customers, and succeed or fail in business on our own. Leave us alone.