Democrats Attack Wall Street (and Denounce Business Issues They Created in the First Place)

Democrats Attack Wall Street (and Denounce Business Issues They Created in the First Place)

Democrats love creating problems through regulation, which they'll promise to solve— by passing more regulations. Whether anyone still buys into this lunacy isn't clear, but nevertheless, on they go. 

From Business Insider

As they aim to rebound from the 2016 election cycle, Congressional Democrats are training their sights on a new enemy: mega-mergers.

Democrats unveiled a new platform Monday that in part calls for a crack down on “corporate monopolies,” blaming industry consolidation for stagnant wage growth, hiking consumer prices, and hampering small businesses’ abilities to compete.
— Alex Morrell, reporting for Business Insider

Stop and think for a second— every single issue the Democrats named in this platform is an issue only because of Democratic regulation:

  • Stagnant wage growth:
    The result of still-inflating minimum wages puts pressure on businesses to hire less, fire more and move to automation. It also limits entry-level opportunities for inexperienced workers. 
  • Hiking consumer prices:
    Okay, so entry level workers need higher wages, our corporate taxes are among the highest in the world and monetary inflation continues. What did you think would happen?
  • Hampering small businesses:
    Is big business really responsible? Or is it just incredibly hard to turn any profit thanks to the regulatory burdens created by, wait for it, the Democrats?

Of course we know by now that things like facts and evidence are mere inconveniences to Democrats. That's why corrupt loonbag House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi can whine for more regulation while enjoying a net worth of over $26 million, thanks to courtships with corporations like Facebook and Google.

It's time to end the economic bullying.  

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