Other Opinion Manufacturers Can Prosper In Connecticut
Twenty-first-century entrepreneurs with a vision of establishing a manufacturing legacy probably wouldn't consider locating a fledgling business in Connecticut - a state often perceived as having Today, Aero Gear, a company I founded with one employee, is celebrating its 30th year in business with a trip to England in July to participate in the ... (more)
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#1 Jun 26, 2012
The real problem we have is that there is a badly over inflated definition of the word "prosper" as it appies to business profit expectations. A reasonable or even a handsome return on investment does not seem to cut it anymore. We can't all be King Soloman, but the current crop of greedy beyond belief sticky fingered Republicans think they are running on a God granted right to be just that, and at the expense of stepping on the necks of everybody else without remorse or a second thought. And they have a remarkable arrogance in their estimation of the tolerance level of the American public to take their abuse and the hardship it brings before backlash finally hits with a vengence.
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