|Received:||7/14/2006 8:53:40 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My husband, Craig, and I own a traditional business outside of our Quixtar business. Even still, our heart and dedication is to Ormond Intl and all the people's lives we are changing. Never have we not furnished our prospects with the needed information for them to make a quality decision. These materials include information on Quixtar, information on traditional businesses and information on what the Social Security Administration states are the financial future for most Americans of whom 98 / 100 are employees. In my opinion, if the FTC believes it necessary to put a disclaimer on Quixtar, then it most importantly must put a disclaimer on traditional businesses and let every high school student whom is NOT starting their own business that they have a 98 percent chance of being dead, broke or living off charity or family by the age of 65. Our country was founded by men who left England in search of financial and religious freedom. What has happened to us that we no longer can teach either of them to the American students in our public schools? Knowing all this, You want us to do WHAT when we are sharing the American dream given to us by our Founding Fathers??? I think it's time for the United States of America to reconnect with the values our founding fathers brought to this land of opportunity. This is a sad state we're in when the government can teach students how to fail 98 percent of the time but you want to scrutinize us.