1. GeorgeB

    What does that make the supposedly “unbiased press” who were operatives in getting someOne elected whO had no credentials – whO is using tax-paid “native”(?) adds that “promote” a healthcare system that someone (whose main claim to fame is abortion) only “partially delivered” – because it was such an important “human right” that it could not wait – but now must be (unconstitutionally?) delayed to be “adopted” after the (re)election of those who were DIM enough to pass promoting its false promises(?)

    Artificial intelligence is no match for this human stupidity.

  2. Carrie Jackson

    Andy was great as usual!

    I was not paid for this. I am not an employee or relative or friend of and employee or relative. I am just a BIG FAN!

    I really look forward to your blogs, straightforward approach to business, and willingness to share other great business ideas.

    Everybody should run their business like he runs his. The world would be a better place.

  3. Miguel Gomez

    Exactly my thoughts on this.
    Applies to companies, individuals, and -of course- government.
    How ethical is it that the President’s twitter handle is not actually him, but his “Organizing for Action” team? By looking at the replies “his” tweets get, people actually believe that they’re “talking” to the President.
    It’s not only about “disclosure” it’s about trust.

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