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No, I’m Not Corrupt, but It’s a Fair Question

dahni Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 12:06 PM
Perhaps, Mr. Sewitch, you should include in all your 'articles' the same information you seem to wish from Mr. Mitchell, particularly about your Libertarian philosophy and the source of most of your income plus the political leanings of your employers/supervisors.... Give me the background about you that you think I need to make a decision about what you say. Nah, never mind.
ssewitch Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 5:41 PM
Background: 38 years in career, 23 years as an entrepreneur. Started four businesses, three did fine, one failed miserably. Business psychologist by education, to Master's level. Founded private equity firm (small) that has a 28% IRR since inception in 2006, focusing on long-term view of building profitable businesses that create middle class careers in the process. Do not get paid for my opinions in my weekly column.
Chester1776 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 5:58 PM
Mr. Sewitch- Are you suggesting that when businessmen give money to Cato that they have a conflict of interest because free enterprise is good for business? I detect no whoring in Mr. Mitchell. By your standards, we should believe no one being paid to speak out, even if he is speaking the truth.
modernmover Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 7:22 PM
and your opinions are worth every penny
Topeka Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 11:06 PM

thanks for the ad hom - adds a lot...

I get criticized all the time, usually because of my support for limited government (though sometimes because people think I’m not sufficiently radical).

Sometimes I even get attacked because I cite someone else’s work, as happened when a bunch of Keynesians went after me for posting some data on Reaganomics vs. Obamanomics put together by Richard Rahn.

Just last week, though, I was attacked from a completely different perspective. Some guy named Stan Sewitch, in an article for the San Diego Daily...