A politically-oriented business in Cadillac, Michigan
Publishing and bookselling are not the only areas of business that have been turned upside-down by the Digital Revolution. As machines give way to computer-driven technology, a lot of good workers are displaced. The problems of machinists and their employers did not begin with Obama and would not have ended with a Republican victory. The satisfaction of blaming is having a scapegoat to point to, but it doesn't change the world or provide solutions for anyone.
This was in Michigan? I am surprised.Obama is to blame. Period.
Its a machining company: http://www.inlandlakes.com/The Galt sign has been there for quite a while, but the Obama sign is new.
By John Galt do you mean wealthy people? Why would we blame them? I must be missing something.
Barlowe: Nothing that profound. Due to a bug in Blogger, you don't see the John Galt part of the picture unless you click on the image to expand it. That is where Galt comes into the picture.I know little about Galt or his wealth (or lack thereof) other than that he is the name of an Ayn Rand character.Though I know the sign refers to the Rand character, when I see Galt's name I tend to first think of this great man:John M. Galt
Well I certainly Agree with the Obama Sign. I've Started Blogging Again if you're interested.
That John M. Galt sounds like a very worthy gentleman.
Someone wrote me saying it was photoshopped. Well, that's a real good photoshopping. It would be easy for someone instead to contact Inland Lakes to verify why this is on their exterior wall, and perhaps find out the story behind it.
Doubt it is photoshopped; the ownerseems a typical GOP donor, from what I can glean. I am a bit curious why the second floor windows are barred, but not thefirst floor?
The Galt thing implies someone who would dislike Republicans and not give to them. But the Obama sign does tip it toward being a GOP donor.As for the bars on windows, not sure. Being prudent after a past spate of giraffe-led burglaries? Intrusion from second-story Sleestak?
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