Bureaucracy vs. Free Commerce
Within your institutions you have departments and policies and procedures that govern your everyday operations to a fine line. Job subsidies and cushiony benefits hold many employees in their place. In the world of free commerce you have a business plan, and expectations in meeting your next payroll. Your staff is made up of people from various backgrounds; some from corporations and institutions, and the remaining have never seen a mission statement or walked the halls of education. Fed up with the bureaucracy many often are attempting to take their lives back in a meaningful way. Through exploring new career paths and innovation, Americans want more than to be spoon fed tasks day in and day out.
Where we as a society decide to take our country is contingent on the free will of the people to keep bureaucracy at bay. While a cushiony office with the many perks may sound like the ideal dream job, it’s not without its downside. When overwhelming policies start to absorb the very creativity of your work force, you end up with corporate zombies. Those same policies and procedures often bastardize individuals against one another, splitting relationships that were once solid into many pieces. Bureaucracy is a heartless wheel – and many rats turn upon its squeaky wheel.
Bureaucracy is a heartless wheel
There is a lot to be said about the free market and those who work in that arena. They still provide this country with a fair amount of innovation and “guts”. The “guts” to get out there and change the structure of the market with new ideas and concepts. Bureaucracy on the other hand wants to own all your ideas and hand those ideas out to others who really have made no contribution. It’s like writing an essay and giving the guy In the next cubical part of the credit. It doesn’t work.
Hard working free Americans – that is what this country is made up of. Bureaucracy is not necessarily American. It is socialist in form, and tends to batter the little guy with its strength. Money can’t fashion the heart muscle, it can only corrupt it. When bureaucracy becomes too large, it is used as a weapon to hurt others, all in the name of power.
Hard working free Americans – that is what this country is made up of.
Helping small businesses to succeed – that is the real dream . If you want to put your money somewhere – put it into small business. Bureaucracy is bloated and needs to get its hands out of the working mans (and women’s) pocket.