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Uber president quits, says company's values inconsistent with his own leadership style

patrickstar

So, wait. Let me get this straight. People want to drive other people around using their own cars. Both parties contact Uber to help them set up the deal. Noone is forcing anyone to do anything. The drivers are driving out of their own free will, because it benefits them. The customers are hiring the drivers out of their own free will, because it benefits them. Both parties decide to get Uber involved out of their own free will, because it benefits them.

Why should this be something the government has any say in whatsoever?

And why would simple self-defence against a government that erroneously thinks it does be considered a bad thing?

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