Quote of the day–Robert B. Reich

We have reached an age in which entrepreneurial capitalism is no longer relevant. It’s an end to the myth that the little guy who works hard and believes in himself can succeed in America. We have entered an age of collective entrepreneurialism. Where resources and investment must be directed for the good of society.

Robert B. Reich
Secretary of labor under President Bill Clinton
Quoted by Jack Kemp at the CPAC, 2/12/94

[For those of you who think nothing has improved under the Bush administration. –Joe]


3 thoughts on “Quote of the day–Robert B. Reich

  1. Hmm, sounds an awful lot like this quote –

    “From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs” — Karl Marx

    No wonder the unemployment rate has dropped so much under the Bush administration!


  2. What could a “secratary of labor” possibly be, other than a socialist, unless he or she were there to oversee the dismantling of the department of labor? A free society has no place for a dapartment of labor, or of education, or of agriculture, or of energy, et al. Those are things that monarchs do, and communists.

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