Sunday, December 26, 2010

Job-Seeker Advice

From Iowahawk, of course, counseling Congresscritters on how to get a job in private industry.

In order to land that good job back in your home district, you first need to understand the ins and outs of the non-Washington economic system. Unlike Washington's easy-to-understand system of leveraging raw unbridled rulemaking and police power to extract tribute from fearful and/or favor-seeking constituents, non-Washington industries are largely based on the production of "goods" or "services." It sounds complicated, but the basic idea boils down to making things or doing things that other people will pay for. The complicated part is to remember that they must pay for them voluntarily.

Oh, yes, there's a lot more...

And, yes, this DOES tie in with the previous post and Governor Walker's reg-initiative. You think that's coincidence? Think again.

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