Mary Meeker Audits USA, Inc. Recommended
Posted by Larry Doyle on August 9, 2011 9:39 AM |
In the course of a conversation yesterday with one of the wisest men I know, I remarked that the issues our nation faces are not political but rather mathematical.
The debate in Washington that put a choke hold on our nation, our economy, and our markets took partisan bickering to an entirely new level and focused on the politics.
In the true spirit of ‘sense on cents’ let’s focus on the numbers and reduce our issues and our problems into simple math. In the process, I hope we are all more educated as to the depths of our problems so we can then begin to address them.
I thank a dear friend who brought a recent fabulous presentation by Kleiner Perkins’ Mary Meeker to my attention.
Many fully informed readers will readily absorb Ms. Meeker’s all encompassing presentation. That said, I want to highlight Ms. Meeker’s work in the hopes that younger generations, students, and those looking for information on our nation’s fiscal situation can gain a deeper appreciation as to the depths of our problems. They run very deep.
Mary embraces a pursuit of the truth and facts, a simple virtue which I hold dear. She promotes transparency, another of our cornerstones to achieve real ‘sense on cents‘. Lastly, Mary is clearly a model of integrity. As such, I welcome immediately inducting her into the Sense on Cents Hall of Fame.
I hope if this commentary and Mary’s work crosses your path that you will find a convenient hour to review it. I would hope that you would then find it compelling enough to share with others, especially students.
For the long term well being of our nation, all Americans need to embrace Mary’s ‘audit’ and understand the basic math which she presents. It is only our future that is at stake. Only? Yes, only, and for the sake of my kids and your kids let’s fight for it.
Do your friends, family, and colleagues a favor and get them to do the same. Thanks!!
I have no affiliation or business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. The opinions expressed are my own. I am a proponent of real transparency within our markets, our economy, and our political realm so that meaningful investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.
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