This article originally appeared on BAMSouth.com and is published on MississippiPEP.com with the permission of the author.
BY: Danny Bedwell
The manner in which we do business in Mississippi is changing and I’m not certain it is for the better.
For thousands of years, the old adage about building a better mouse trap stood true. But unfortunately, it is no longer necessary to build a better product at a cheaper price. Businesses have found that it is much cheaper to just buy the favors of the political harlots in Jackson than it is to compete in a free and unfettered marketplace. It is because of this recent trend of coupling government with industry that the rules have changed. Cronyism and corporatism have replaced capitalism as our economic system, and this is not good.
The major players of this new centrally planned economic system are the Governor, the State Legislature and…
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