New Hampshire Journal has offered all the major candidates in the GOP U.S. Senate race the opportunity to make their “Final Pitch” to Granite State voters. Please check back between now and Primary Election Day for more. Or better still, sign up for our daily newsletter so you won’t miss them!
The disastrous policies of career politicians like Joe Biden and Maggie Hassan have rapidly destroyed the economy. Hardworking families across the Granite State (and throughout the United States) are suffering as a result. The economic pain inflicted on all of us is the direct result of bad policies that abandoned energy independence in favor of climate concerns, accepted out-of-control spending and handouts, and replaced the ideals of the American Revolution with ideas from the Woke Cultural Revolution.
To understand why this happened, there is one number that helps explain the root cause of current ailments: zero. That’s how many years most Biden administration officials have spent in the private sector. Zero. In fact, a recent study found that 62 percent of the people responsible for economic policy, regulation, commerce, energy, and finance have absolutely no business experience at all! Also disturbing: the average number of years a Biden official has spent in the private sector is 2.4 years and the median number of years was zero!
That number, zero, makes our current predicament perfectly clear. The reason our economy is in shambles is that the people in charge of it haven’t spent any time in the real world. They don’t understand how businesses that drive our economy truly work. And as a result, they don’t understand how the economy that affects every one of us really works. Instead of hiring people from the world of business, Biden has put lawyers, professors, bureaucrats, and community activists in charge of our economy. Compare this to the Trump Administration, in which top officials had an average of 13 years of experience in the private sector. That fact matters because, during the previous administration, the United States economy boomed while innovation-crushing regulations were cut.
The simple truth of the matter is that the country is being run by career politicians and bureaucrats, and drumroll please, they’ve broken the economy.
I’m not a politician – I’m a businessman and an entrepreneur. I have over 30 years of experience in the private sector helping entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies create jobs and grow. I have started businesses; I have created jobs and hired people; I know what it’s like to try to make payroll at the end of the month; I know what it’s like to sign the front of a paycheck. And I know firsthand that focusing on diversity, equity, and climate concerns at the expense of job creation and growth is like pulling on a string from the economic sweater. Keep doing it for long enough and the system will unravel.
I want to take my real-world experience down to Washington, D.C. and solve the many problems that face Granit State families. Our economy is broken – and it’s time for a businessman to fix it. So don’t send another politician down to the U.S. Senate. We already have too many of them.
Send a businessman instead.
For more information about the Vikram for Senate campaign, click here.