Sunday, December 06, 2009


Have a job summit - invite the unions and leave out the businessmen.

We assume ACORN and SEIU was invited?

They have some fairly creative ideas on creating jobs.

This administration is just being true to form.

When Obama took office in January, the unemployment rate was 7.0 percent. He quickly called for action and in March he signed into law a $787 billion "stimulus" package that would allegedly create 3.3 million new jobs and "save" million more.

Let us see if we have this right:

* The US has the second highest corporate tax rate in the world - 39+%

* Threat of additional taxes through new health care system; cap and trade; war tax and etc.

* The current administration seems delighted in making villains of those successful in business, and then squanders tax money of those who fail.

What kind of "model for success" is this?

Before prescribing solutions, let's define the problem:

* Millions have lost their jobs in the recession

* Private enterprise [especially small business] employees the vast majority of people in the U.S.

* Private enterprise is very skittish about making hiring decisions in this environment

The goal, therefore, is to increase permanent private sector jobs.

If the President is truly concerned about jobs, both he and the Congress should abandon their reckless policies and spending.

We need to get back to what the founding fathers had in mind. There is now to much government. To many rules and regulations to abide by. The country needs to be returned back to it's rightful owners. "the U.S. Citizens". The elected officials need to work for the good of the people and not for what is good for Washington and the special interest groups which are now running this nation.

And we need to stop the Obama care and the crap and tax and all of the Socialist agenda.

Let's get back to "IN GOD WE TRUST" and "Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness!"