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Big Business – Primary driver of job creation ?

Cue the world’s smallest violin (again, I guess) for the country’s “job creators.”

So BR emails me the other day that links here with the message “Have a field day with this crap” (not unlike many emails I get). So, off to the link I go to read the story. What I assume incensed the sender is essentially the same thing that has really been incensing me for the past several years: that we apparently now live in a relatively fact-free environment where folks are comfortable spinning whatever tales fit their agenda, reality be damned. This seems to be especially true when it comes to genuflecting before our deified “job creators.”

Let’s look at the crux of the author’s piece (emphasis mine):

However hostile Democrats like me may be to the excesses of Wall Street, and however much everybody admires the small, independent businesses in our neighborhoods and communities, big business remains the primary driver of economic growth and job creation.

Really?

What does ADP data tell us about that going back to the end of the recession?

via Picking On the Job Creators | The Big Picture.

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