After all, the song isn't "Take this job and love it"
Interesting insight from Maggie Gallagher at the right wing National Review:
Memo to GOP: The job-creators meme is a loser. We say "job creator," voters hear "my boss." And voters hate their bosses.
Reading the comments there is a whole different experience. In just one exchange you have the full gambit of opinion on this subject on the right, from the near-worshipful...
Why would reasonably intelligent voters hate the people who put food on their tables and roofs over their heads, provide them with health insurance and pensions, and help send their kids to college?
...to the very libertarian:
My boss is a person I contract with. He doesn't provide things for me, he trades them to me. I went on a market, and picked my boss among those potential bosses who picked me. I don't need to be thankful and I don't need to like him.
I quote the above for the perspectives, not to mock.
By fnord12 | January 29, 2014, 1:24 PM | Liberal Outrage