Keep that in mind and don’t be afraid to share your anti-bailout sentiments with employees and co-workers.
Here’s the all the proof you need. Governor Mark Sanford’s anti-bailout TV commercial resonated (off the charts) with people who self-identify as Republicans and Democrats.
Today Sanford finally agreed to accept bailout funds but plans to use the funds to pay down state debt. He released the following statement:
The stimulus represents forcing taxpayers of tomorrow to pay for government services of today. No matter how well-intentioned it may be, borrowing from future generations who have no say in the matter is to me wrong and strikes me as being akin to the same taxation without representation that led to the formation of our republic more than two centuries ago.
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