Ah the Hillary Clinton presidency, which is supposed to reinvigorate the American entrepreneurial spirit and usher in a new economic revolution.

Apparently, she sees Uber as the major economic obstacle of our time.

Politico reports:

Clinton’s aide said she will discuss some of the structural forces conspiring against sustainable wage growth, such as globalization, automation, and even consumer-friendly “sharing economy” firms like Uber and Airbnb that are creating new relationships between management and labor (and which now employ many Obama administration alumni). But she will argue that policy choices have contributed to the problem, and that she can fix it.

Who was the genius who decided that was a winning strategy?

Amanda Carpenter blasts the move.

Uber or taxi, “what difference does it make?”