A central purpose of an American government is to protect the lives, the liberty, and the property of its citizens, as well as their equality in their own pursuit of happiness. It is not to drive them deeper into debt, largely ignore their pleas for jobs, to show favoritism, and to dictate policies for the whole country which should be left to the individual states and localities. It is not the function of government to say one thing and then do another.
It is the function of leadership to lead according to the law, and to inspire greatness, display love and compassion, and to accomplish unity of purpose toward worthwhile goals. Successful businesses have good leadership and those same goals.
Good businesses return benefits to their workers, their customers, and their owners. Poorly led businesses fail, or find a new leader.