More government or less government?
What's better for business?
- Duration 3:30
- Date Sep 7, 2012
What's better for business?
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-- jobs likely to remain the top issue in this election last night the president paid homage to capitalism.
We're not entitled to success we have to earn it.
We honor this drivers the -- the risk -- beyond to open doors don't have always been the driving force behind are free enterprise system.
The greatest engine of growth and prosperity but the world's ever known.
But do business leaders really feel the president has their back are all buddy Peter -- is the vice president.
-- pita -- he's been with this now all week long in a couple years ago.
Because we've done a great job well we're so -- back so even you what the president said let's you know.
It's one of those things work in a lot of ways a small business owner I feel like -- president is acting more.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- How's the free enterprise system -- We need to work hard and be successful.
In a lot of ways he also takes away and some of them -- the actual risk taking that he talks about -- way you about propping up other businesses that filming and that's one of the things of that really drives the free enterprise system that.
Competitive nature between businesses and some businesses whether we like -- on -- fail and what about the idea of -- obamacare to anything for small businesses.
It's a tough decision moving forward isn't -- -- fight.
Health care for employees that we just simply pay the penalty and indeed it does make it definitely -- and that's one of the things that's important to.
To define here there are ways in which government regulation can be helpful for small businesses.
To protect us from dangerous outside forces and -- -- that a lot with the FDA for example that protect us keep our food safe.
But win when we cross that line for regulations to say instead of protecting you from outside dangerous forces we're gonna protect you.
From yourselves because we don't trust you make the right decisions.
For yourself you're taking that personal responsibility away from -- And that's what's been incentivized people like you say I want to open up five more.
This is your franchise -- what do -- people of what people call you up saying I wanna franchise -- San Antonio I want one over Vermont and to do that you got to set the business climate.
And make it quite make it to make it makes financial sense so what would you like to -- in order to better exchange of business and make a -- -- franchise more profitable for example.
Well I'd I'd like to see the government take more of that kind of -- fundamental role that that they started with towards protecting its people instead of saying you know we're gonna try to do these things.
That that may be good from a philosophical standpoint.
But aren't necessarily something that -- you can really.
Anticipate the full ramifications of the unintended consequences when you really try to get in there.
And -- but just the way that businesses are running not insure that they have clear path.
For which to be the most successful -- a couple of minutes ago periods tiger got email from somebody's -- here.
Half I think gets updated it was great how -- get him information about the appropriate shots.
-- -- -- PUSA dot com you can also look at some on the international franchise association through.
-- part of the National Restaurant Association all of which have come out saying that's kind of the same thing for same here you know some regulation is good but.
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