Comments about ‘Small businesses already slipping off the 'fiscal cliff'’

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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 12 2012 3:39 p.m. MST

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worf
Mcallen, TX

Look at Detroit, and California!

May our liberal friends get what they voted for.

Brian
Wasilla, AK

As Churchill said: "This isn't the end. This isn't even the begining of the end. This is, however, the end of the begining." Or, in other words, you ain't seen nothing yet!

worf
Mcallen, TX

We've sent billions to the Muslim Brotherhood, and other countries. Most people don't know about that, and there was no fiscal cliff.

Why is this any different?

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Its kinda funny how new terminology gets used and runs its course when it cam make something devastating not so devastating. The fact is all small business start and operate on the fiscal cliff for 20 or less and its not because of the federal budget or federal spending, unless you are government contracted. In that case, welcome to the government economy of lies and corruption they are gainfully a part of.

Most of the new and relocated businesses across the US have strong ties to federal funding and cheap labor arrogance. The democrats don't have to fight to keep cheap labor, the Republicans are doing a more superior job of keeping it than the Democrats can replace it with.

If small business are losing proportionally to federal spending then it proves the economy is not self sustaining and its a fake one with no foundation or means to independently stay in business. If government spending is so strong that it forces small-medium business to close then its its socialism. Something the American people have been trying to tell government for 40 years and they don't want to listen, then have to settle for welfare or die.

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