I think I know what Jim Royle from the Royle Family would probably say about that.
In a recent speech, the Boy Dave has lauded a project by a guy called Tim Campbell to get 4000 businesses to donate collectively £1m to enable 365 businesses to be started up over the next year.
Apparently, this is something that companies should be doing to help teenagers and people in their twenties to become entrepreneurs.
DC said "There is a new spirit of creativity in our country. We politicians need to match this with a new spirit of our own - tearing down the barriers which stop people founding businesses of their own. But only when people themselves - as businesses and neighbours - take responsibility for their own communities, will we build the Britain we all want to see: prosperous, safe and socially just."
There's quite a bit to pick apart here.
First, if there's a new spirit of creativity around, why doesn't this extend to creativity about getting money for a new business?
And aren't you a little bit suspicious of politicians claiming to know what the spirit of the age is up to in a way that conveniently fits with their own interests: remember Gordon Brown saying people are moving away from the cult of celebrity (towards appreciating the merits of boring old gits) just as the Sun was splashing news of the Will 'n Kate split across its front page?
And why would a business want to give cash to a potential new competitor?
And how does the creation of new businesses in and of itself help Britain to be more "safe"?
And talk of it being "socially just" seems ripe for the Royle raspberry, "My arse!"
"Once back here I got to thinking - 'how do I get out of this?' Perhaps the really haunting spectre is that I would have to turn my back on the lake, and the prospect of the sword." Alan Clark, Diaries - 19th May 1999