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Pelosi redefines “entrepreneur”

I cannot wait until this socialist moonbat wench is no longer Speaker of the House.  Quoth Speaker Botox:

We see it as an entrepreneurial bill, a bill that says to someone, if you want to be creative and be a musician or whatever, you can leave your work, focus on your talent, your skill, your passion, your aspirations because you will have health care.

Uh…yeah.  Just stop working and be a bum.  That’s the message we need to be sending, right?  Greece just called to say they think that’s a fine idea.

I thought an entrepreneur was someone who assumes a great deal of risk in order to launch a business.  Apparently, the economic illiterates in the Democrap Party see losers who sit around and strum a guitar so poorly that no one will pay to hear their pablum, all while freeloading off of society’s producers, as the real entrepreneurs.  Such ignorance goes a long way towards explaining their antipathy to real entrepreneurs in this country.

Exit question: Since the Dems already have the lazy good-for-nothing vote locked up, is Pelosi simply rallying the base here?

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May 15, 2010 - Posted by | big government, economic ignorance, health care, Pelosi, socialism

2 Comments »

  1. This woman has to go! It’s because of her and others like her that times are hard. I’ll have a real hard time starting any kind of business like a bakery or an animation studio.

    Comment by SojournerLove | May 15, 2010

  2. As a musician and former recording artist, this statement simply makes my head hurt. During the seven years when The Bad was a band, all of us were doing so secondary to our careers. We made the time for our creativity and our music. We didn’t need the government to subsidize it. Should the situation had been that we could have quit our jobs and worked on nothing but the music, it would not have been any better, different or more marketable. We were still independent musicians and we still had no major record label marketing us.

    Quite frankly, if we weren’t bankrolling the project ourselves then I do not believe we would have released a single album, let alone seven. How would the taxpayer funding our existence inspire us to create or even feel?

    Comment by TheBad | May 16, 2010


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