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One possible benefit from an “as you were” US Election

by Aaron McCormack on November 8, 2012

I wonder if all the businesses and high net worth individuals who spent so much on all the races in the recent election are evaluating their return-on-investment today?

Specifically, those who spent on a losing candidate.

Of course, those who spent money on a winning candidate will believe it was:

(a) worth it

(b) in part because of their spend

But wouldn’t it be nice if corporations and rich folk believed that investing in a real (job-creating) business would generate more return than investing in elections and politicians? And if they would do so with the same passion and commitment?

From → General, Politics, USA

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