Steve Wynn Rant

October 21, 2011 by staff 

Steve Wynn RantSteve Wynn Rant, Steve Wynn, chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts is pontificating about “Occupy Wall Street.” During a recent corporate conference call, Wynn refers to the movement went on to say that Americans are finally waking up to the specter of long-term debt hanging over our collective heads in the country.

“What they have in Wall Street is a reflection, a true reflection in my opinion, anxiety, insecurity and fear that is endemic in the United States about how the government has entered the business life management and government capacity to manage the economy wisely, increasing the emphasis on rational public spending … to the point we want … the financial security of all. ”

Wynn continued, tellinganlysts that, unlike many protesters, who does not blame Wall Street and banks that is wrong. He blames deficit spending.

“I’m seeing my level of employees in the fall of living because of deficits.”

Wynn says that although she has given U.S. workers two cost of living increases, “people who work for me are paying 80 cents on his way to 70 cents … the net result of all this frustration, anxiety and anger. ”

Avowed Democrat closed by saying that “occupy” the movement reveals the growing unease and dissatisfaction over the government and that will only worsen.

“You can not sustain these deficits. You can not undermine the people who create the jobs … the Democratic agenda of spending and bribing public opinion is ruining this country, and until it stops, the citizens of this country found in more difficult times. ”

This topic is nothing new for Wynn, who has been a constant and vocal critic of the nation.

In a conference call earlier this month of July, the casino executive named to the Obama administration said at the time “the largest cold water to businesses, and progress and job creation in my life.” “I’m telling you that the business community in this country is afraid of the strange death of political philosophy of the President of the United States. And until he’s gone, everyone will be sitting on his thumb.”

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