Thursday, March 30, 2006

Man of La Mancha

A framed drawing of Don Quixote attacking a windmill sits on the desk in Harris Miller's corner office. It reminds him to take chances.

from http://www.varbusiness.com/article/showArticle.jhtml?articleId=18818260

Take chances? You mean like run for Senate in order to be elected Governor?

5 Comments:

Anonymous bill gummerson said...

You are a stupid shit.

10:55 AM  
Anonymous Not Andy Resnick said...

See, Bill is like Sancho Panza, Don Quixote's sidekick.

Don't worry Bill, Harris is going all they way to the Governor's mansion in 2009.

11:42 AM  
Anonymous Kerry's Quip "outrageous"???? said...

Good article. What was your favorite part? It was really hard to pick - but mine was:

IT Confidential: ITAA's Miller Wants To Go To Washington
By Paul McDougall
InformationWeek

Jan 9, 2006 12:00 AM

Harris Miller, aka the Antichrist if you're an unemployed IT worker, is gearing up for a Senate run as--a Democrat? "I think businesspeople can be good Democrats," Miller told me last week. "I'm proud to be a businessman; my father was a small businessman."

As recently as October, Miller chastised the feds for making it too cumbersome for ITAA members to hire foreigners. "The current H-1B visa cap makes it increasingly difficult for U.S. companies to compete in global markets," he said. As for outsourcing, another bogeyman that trade unions, some legislators, and Lou Dobbs say will have all of us flipping burgers at McDonald's, Miller thinks it's a good thing. "Global sourcing continues to be a net positive for American workers and the U.S. economy," he said in an October release.

Hmmm. One Democrat called execs who outsource "Benedict Arnold CEOs." To his credit, Miller isn't changing his tune now. John Kerry's quip was "an outrageous statement not befitting a person who should understand how the global marketplace operates," Miller told me during our phone chat.

12:16 PM  
Anonymous Not Andy Resnick said...

Okay you troll! Who let some Liberal in here to talk about "workers"?

Where were these workers when Harris Miller was giving his 150% to ITAA?

If those slack-jawed labor unionists would work a little harder and take a 90% paycut, it wouldn't be necessary for Harris Miller and ITAA to send those jobs to places where six-year put in a healthy productive 12-hour day of labor.

Can we please ban Liberals from this site? We only want "Liberals" in here. See, if you say you're a "Liberal" in quotes and you outsource jobs, the Republicans won't hate you as much.

12:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with his strategy. Harris will make a great Governor in 2009!

12:40 PM  

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