Breaking: Investors Still Hate ObamaCare

President Obama is constantly trying to get people to “invest” their own money in enterprises that will provide well-paying jobs for the middle class, and seems confounded by the unwillingness of entrepreneurs to do what he wants.  He views it as them being opposed to his policies, which translates constantly into the excuse put forth by his sycophants (or should that be spelled “psycho”-phants?) that racism is the real cause of their unwillingness to go along with their Dear Leader.

In point of fact, the resistance to Dear Leader’s policy prescriptions for restoring the health to the American economy is sourced by exactly the same rationale that confronted the old Soviet nomenklatura when they couldn’t get Western industrialists to invest in Mother Russia.  Vladimir Putin faces the very same thing today.  But what is the source?  The lack of stable law and the existence of virulent cronyism.  When investors understand that whatever they create is subject to the whims of a dictator who views everything through the lens of politics, they tend to keep their money in their wallets and walk away.

Barack Obama is acting like a classic totalitarian dictator.  He has unilaterally changed, delayed, enhanced or modified the Affordable Care Act at least 143 times. (OK, that might not be a totally accurate number today, but it’s so hard to keep up with the number of changes.  I’m sure you understand.  Besides, today isn’t over and there’s always tomorrow.)  No one will invest when one-sixth of a $14 trillion economy is controlled by the whims of a single man whose sole aim is directed by the politics of destruction.

No one will even want to work in that sector of the economy since they will have no job security.  How can there be job security when the job’s very existence is dependent on a business existing to create the jobs in the first place?  Or even if the business currently exists, there is great and growing uncertainty as to how much longer it will remain in business. How can anyone rationally invest to expand an existing business, much less start a new one from scratch?

Congress, the courts and the average American voter all have to realize that as long as Barack Obama has the uncontested ability to rule, not govern, by whim there is absolutely no hope for any sort of economic recovery for the foreseeable future.

Also published at American Thinker


About Jim Yardley

Retired after 30 years as a financial controller for a variety of manufacturing firms, a two-tour Vietnam veteran, and independent voter.
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