Today’s primary elections in several states are said to be a test of voter unrest. A large source of that unrest I discuss in my opinion editorial that ran in The Hill’s on-line version today.
Contrary to what you have heard from the tea partiers this unrest has more to do with present day Main Street than what is in the future for our grandchildren. It isn’t about tomorrow’s federal deficits. Its about today’s local deficits for small businesses trying to keep their doors open or grow to meet some increased demand.
In my op.ed I give some solutions to today’s deficit in small business loans. Hopefully the message will resonate on the Hill.
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