VIDEO ON MSN MONEY
More typical MSN Leftist propaganda saying "Solar Panels" are an up and coming business, (think Solyndra) As many as approximately 200 manufacturers are predicted to shutter their businesses by 2015, according to Forbes. These are manufacturers in the United States, Canada and Europe.
This is nothing more than another of one this administrations "alternative" energy scams, so he / we can pour more money into failing companies and not drill for more oil and energy we need now. If anyone believes I'm wrong about the number going out of business, just look it up yourselves.
This is the second topic I've responded to from MSN today, I hate to respond but I hate lying even more, especially by a supposed "respected" news organization. No wonder Obama won, you simply can not cover and report on all the lies from one "news" organization, let alone all the others combined too.
I am a small business owner in The USA and I feel the Government needs to focus on us.
I could create 40-50 new jobs this year with the financial backing. All of which would be manufacturing, as well as sales, shipping receiving. The problem is I cannot afford to take my cash flow out to sustain growth. My conclusion is give small Business grants and we will make America thrive again.
Oh yeah the SBA good luck there. The red tape is so deep you get frustrated and just stay where you are. Without Capital you cannot grow your business. That's why jobs are not being created.
Most repair services have a min. charge of $100 and if they have to replace anything there is a markup of 100% above their cost..
I am not saying that the repair services are charging more then they need to. The cost of being in business has been driven out of site by over regulation. With the result of the elections the chance of this getting better is not likely. Maybe another 4 years of this craziness will wake up the people that voted to keep going down this dead end road.
hey did any one notice this started out by calling the recession a Great Recession? You have got to be kidding me! Americans are so spoiled. Everytime we go to the mall we say this is what a recession looks like? Sometime i wonder what it will take to actually wake us up.
If corporations today actually built quality items instead of cheap garbage, then maybe the repair business would thrive again. My grandmother had the same phone on her wall for over 40 years (until she passed away) and it never broke down. I would be lucky to get 6 months use out of any cordless phone bought today due to planned obsolescence. The "struggle" for record profits quarter after quarter and year after year are directly correlated with the decline in quality of the goods we consume.
ready to start my hot sauce, yoga store supplied with solar energy! wonder if the government has any of that bailout money left?
Drug companies thrive because we are not interested in expending the effort & care required for living healthy lives.
People want the simple pill solution.
People want the convenient fatty fast food... rather than prepare themselves healthy meals.
People do not want to do anything that requires effort... like walking.
Chicken & beef sold in the USA have significant fat because fat weight builds faster than lean muscle weight. These are sold by $/pound
We adopted an all-fish diet several years ago... Salmon and Steelhead. This provides benefits in reduced arterial deposits and fantastic blood test results.
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