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Entrepreneurs Like Steve Jobs Build Prosperity – Not Politicians

Greg3105 Wrote: Jul 23, 2012 3:26 PM
iPads are made in China and sell for around $500 here in America. If iPads were made in America they would probably have to sell for $2000. How may iPads would Apple sell worldwide at that price? How much less the company would be worth. How many fewer people would be employed worldwide. How many fewer people would have the benefit of the product.
mregister Wrote: Jul 23, 2012 10:39 PM
gee greg you must be working in china to make a comment like that i hope you can afford your bowl of rice...its great to hear from folks like you that sit and watch jobs go offshore so you can buy your big boy toys cheaper...hey whats wrong with 9 percent unemployed in the usa ...enjoy your cheap ipad while folks in the usa live on unemployment...
I think it’s a sport for President Obama to make outrageous statements like “If you’ve got a business – you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen,” – which he said in a recent campaign stop in Roanoke, Virginia - and then watch Republicans go predictably bananas.

Certainly the multimillionaire business supporters of the president on Wall Street and in Hollywood know this is absurd. Anyone with the mildest understanding of business and capitalism knows this is absurd.

Yet the president struck at the heart of what makes capitalism tick – individual freedom and personal responsibility –...