A Few Reasons

When I began to explain my succession plan with the Big Announcement From Aiken (?), I mentioned that I may or may not give some reasons.

Reason #1

I’ve decided to start.

First, a very telling and cogent article found this morning at Cultural Offering

The regulatory environment in this Country makes it harder than ever to operate a small business. For that, I fault our federal government and their unrelenting drive to control more and more of our lives.

Second. a somewhat “tongue in cheek” review of the state of the Union from the PJ Media Update
I’ve grown weary listening to a man who has never had a real job in his entire life, who has never had to make a payroll and who wastes my money without personal consequence. A man who is clearly trying to destroy what it took us hundreds of years to accomplish.

About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Charleston,, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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2 Responses to A Few Reasons

  1. Dale Clock says:

    Ray,

    I am looking forward to hearing about your decision. I was surprised and a little disappointed. Jim Price and his folks are great people but I always assumed you liked being in charge. From this post it sound like you have the “government” influence your decision. I’ve been running my firm for over 25 years, 4 or 5 different administrations in Washington, 5 different governors in my state, dozens of different representatives etc. and I still run my business my way. Yes, I read the rules and abide by them for the most part. But I don’t live in fear of the inspector. Business is a challenge, but not because the government makes it that way. It’ s the nature of the game. And even though the game is tough some days, I still like being the coach of the team.

    peace

    Dale

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