If size matters, as Mark Twain said: “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.”
By Gary P Jackson
On this week’s Steel Resolve with Sarah Steelman, Sarah talks about the meetings Barack Obama is having with the powerful multi-national corporations, and how that doesn’t help small businesses on main street, who are in big trouble.
The need for reform, ending crony capitalism, is front and center in this commentary:
Size matters when it comes to President Obama. Sarah Steelman talks about Obama’s meetings with business leaders under the guise that he’s reaching out and trying to repair relationships by asking for opinions on fiscal matters. However, all of the CEOs he’s contacting are from huge companies.
Steelman says that’s business as usual in Washington. Merely meeting with guys that already wield lots of power in DC won’t cut it. What about small businesses? Steelman says if We the People want real fiscal reform we must eliminate crony capitalism.
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Sarah Steelman was endorsed by Sarah Palin in her 2012 run for U.S. Senate in Missouri