Which Candidate Will Help Or Hinder Your Home Business?
With all the media flurry concerning the primary elections in the United States and the drop-out of presidential candidates as the voting for delegates to the conventions runs its course, you’re probably wondering which one will help or hinder me, home business owner.
Then you may ask, “Is it worth voting at all?”
However, I’ve always felt, even when my candidate of choice doesn’t win, I have no right to complain if I don’t vote…if I don’t make my voice heard somehow.
What concerns a home business owner?
With a home business, I’m looking at whether candidates really understand the plight of the business person. Or are they looking at where they’ll gather the most votes, what they should say to influence the most people, how to manage the polls so it seems they’re ahead? Do they truly mean what they say, or are they simply sounding good to gather votes?
For instance, I’ve heard two different views from one candidate concerning health care and health insurance. This depended on what the candidate thought the particular audience wanted to hear.
You may not agree with a candidate on everything, but will this person try to do the most good for the country and for business (which furnishes the jobs and fuels the economy). If candidates don’t understand business, try to alienate citizens from “big bad” business, then they may be selling the economy down the drain.
So as you listen to the candidates and their philosophies, how can you tell if they REALLY mean what they say?
(c)2008 Mary Emma AllenTags: b5 Business Channel Promo Day, election, home-business, presidential candidates, primary elections, Promo Day, voting