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What Obama needs to do to create jobs

Published on 9/6/2011
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Things are getting dyre out there in the US. The economy is teethering off a cliff and millions of Americans are out of work. To say that there is a sense of urgency is an absolute understatement. This is nothing new, of course, it has been going on since the end of 2007. Although things had improved for a while, we are not back exactly where we left off. The numbers are staggerirng and speaks volume to the deep hole that the US is in right now. This statistics pretty much says it all, there are currently 45 millions Americans on Food Stamp, that is equivalent to 15% of the entire US population. As those who are familiar with the Food Stamp program knows, you really have to be poor to get approved for food stamps. In essence, 15% or more of the US population lives below the poverty line. What is the Obama administration going to do about this situation? Sadly, I dont' think Obama and his advisers have a clue. Although the President has not yet published the details of his plan, we already know what the bulk entails. He is going to borrow hundreds of billions of dollars so he can build roads and bridges to nowhere, which will have no stimulative effect at all on the economy. In doing this, of course, Mr Obama can clain that he is doing something about the economy. He is just not getting any help from a do nothing Republican led Congress. PERFECT SCRIPT FOR A RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN. Is it not amazing how timely this plan has come about? Obama, like many politicians must think that the American people are ABSOLUTE IDIOTS. And why not, after all, look at the education system in the US, and the way the beauracracy has failed US school kids. Going back to the economy, if President Obama really wanted to do something to stimulate the economy, why wait now to do it? And why propose something that is absolutely ridiculous, which will force the Republicans to oppose it? Indeed, what has the Obama administration been doing the entire year? No excuses please!!! Don't blame this on the Afghan war and stuff happening overseas. That is what the Council of Economic adviser's are for, to help with the economy. Better yet, a more appropriate name for that bunch of IDIOTS is the Group of Old Blind Skullheads, aka the GOBS. Since the President does not have anyone in his administration that understands economics, I am volunteering to help him out. This is an economic blueprint that would yield tremendous results and create millions of jobs. 1) Lower the Corporate tax rate to 20%. Businesses would have a lot more capital for expansion and for hiring more workers. 2) Give incentives to companies that create jobs and hire American workers. 3) Allow the free expatriation of profits from companies with over 1.2 trillion of profits parked in overseas accounts. The tax-free transfer of the profits would be allowed for companies create jobs in the US and expand their operations here at home. 4) Eliminate or scale back regulations that are costly for businesses. 5) Reduce our dependency on foreign oil and strengthen the renewable industry here in the US. 6) Take a tough stand against Chinese currency manipulation and anti-competitive policies. 7) For long term growth and to aspire confidence in businesses, bring the US government's budget in balance and adhere to strict fiscal discipline. 8) Reduce the natonal debt, develop a Blue Print that will lower the National Debt by 50% in 10 years. 9) Establish federal right to work laws and stop the abuse of companies who fire employees at will. 10) Enforce the Sherman Anti-trust laws and prevent companies from creating monopolies in their industries. Patrick Saint-Jean http://livehealthyandprosper.biz
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