Big Business Grabs the Republican Party by the Throat
If you believe in Straws and Camels, it seems there’s always one that broke the other’s back. And so it is with the 147 Republicans in Congress who supported the effort to overturn Joe Biden’s election
The nation’s CEOs finally had enough
Those of us who have the idle time (or idle interest) to follow such things have always known that business and the GOP are connected at the hip. Certainly my couple of decades of political writing made me aware of that and I accepted it as gospel. I still do and without either remorse or criticism, the same as I expect (but do not demand) that the middle class is largely Democrat.
So I’ve mostly bet on big business to change things
Call that capitulation if you care to but, if one dares to offer an opinion, he or she ought to at the very least be a realist. Charles Wilson (then CEO of General Motors) never actually said “what’s good for General Motors is good for America,” but he might as well have. And the statement held more truth than fiction. Stil…