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The U S Chamber And The Campaign For Free Enterprise

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Off and on, various members of the Injuryboard have been addressing the interesting ways that the U S Chamber has been attacking the right of individuals to bring claims to court. The continued attacks to duck responsibility with half truths and frivolous inaccurate stories.

Now they have a new effort. It’s called the Campaign for Free Enterprise. Isn’t their vision of free enterprise what got us into this mess? Aren’t they the ones begging the government for bailouts? Maybe they missed what the country looked like a year ago when they had control of the White House.

This was my favorite quote:

"It is built on a system of incentives that offers opportunity and rewards for those who work hard and take risks."

What is the risk they want to take when the ask for preemption and tort reform to protect them from their wrong doing? Is it a reward to get government handouts? Don’t be taken in by the misuse of the word "FREE". Just replace the F and add the money letters G D to to both ends.

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  1. Daniel 8791 says:
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    I do recall the propaganda with the mini-movies in the nations theatres about supposedly “abusive civil lawsuits today in the U.S.”. And now knowing about what Mr.Klearman has revealed with the Chamber’s “Free Enterprise”, and all it’s workings over the past several years; definitely exposes their real agenda, which you spelled out at the end of your posting. Plainly stated, I’d like to see THEM get regulated…Thanks for the interesting posting.

  2. Mike Bryant says:
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    Yes, it is needed, because they aren’t our for the consumer. Thanks for taking the time to read and leave a post.