We constantly hear that companies don’t care about people. Well, some don’t. However, as this reblog shows some do.
Caring about people is actually good for business. Why? Well, who do you want to business with? Do you really want to eat food prepared by people who don’t care about you? Would you like to drive a car made by people who don’t care about your family’s safety?
The real issue, however, is not whether companies care. If we don’t think the people at a company care about their customers, if we have a choice we don’t have to do business with them. We can go elsewhere. Therefore, the real issue is whether we have a choice. Has the government restricted competition?
In a competitive market place, we have a choice, and that is the primary virtue of Capitalism. In a state where Crony Capitalism or Socialism prevails, we don’t have a choice, and that is the primary problem with both Crony Capitalism and Socialism.
So the next time someone tells you just how wonderful Socialism is (No one likes Crony Capitalism.), consider just how unlikely that is. If the Socialists care about us, then why are they so determined to force us to do business with them whether we want to do so or not.
“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.”
Tis the season of gifts…
buying, wrapping, giving…
Yet most of us know that not all gifts are those which can be bought nor wrapped.
By now I suppose most of the country, if not the world, is well aware of the major
power outage that afflicted the Atlanta airport this past Sunday—
an outage that caused a global and near catastrophic ripple effect.
There were hundreds of flights canceled in and out of Atlanta,
the airport touted as the world’s busiest, while other flights simply
had to be rerouted making final destinations more than complicated.
This lone power outage caused severe inconveniences for worldwide holiday and simply
There were passengers stuck in planes on tarmacs as airport officials scrambled
what to do—deplane folks and shuttle them to the dark airport or what.
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