HEADLINES: GOP loves that Obama proposes to reduce Corporate Taxes(Romney's
Plan), but hate that Obama wants to spend more money adding more to the debt and
that he calls that Job Creation? You would think this guy learned from cash for
clunkers, stimulus, and his other hair-brained ideas.....that THE Gov't
doesn't create anything but more debt! If he just dropped the corporate
rate alone, the economy would fix itself without his help!
Didn't Obama already invest a trillion on "job creation"?
Aren't we still running high unemployment and low labor participation
rates?If he hasn't figured out how to get businesses to create
jobs over the past 4 1/2 years, what makes us think that this time he will
actually do something beneficial for all american businesses?
Irony guy,no, obviously you misread the article.BO is running
the classic bait-and-switchBO is offering NOTHING solid, NOTHING
substantial, NOTHING definite.The repubs aren't going to leave
themselves open to a nebular proposal from BO to "invest in jobs"
(whatever he means by that) and start to agree with him, just to see him renig
on his agreements.Why
IEONY OF THE DAY: Republicans oppose their own platform. Obama is proposing to
cut corporate taxes from 31 to 25% for manufacturers, more than Republicans have
called for, and still Republicans don't like it. They have no rationale for
opposing their own idea, except that now Obama agrees with them. Their hatred
for him extends even to opposing their own platform. I have never in my life
seen this kind of partisanship.
Obama wants to "invest" in job creation. Wasn't that what he told
us about the bailouts and the so called "stimulus package"? Didn't
he promise millions of new jobs would be created by those "investments"?
And he thinks more "investments" will be any better? Mr. President the
government can not create jobs the private sector does that.
There seems to be no situation so bad that government programs can't make
Cutting corporate taxes is a great start.Grand bargain' for
jobs’, would be better left to private businesses.