With little in accomplishments to point to, President Obama has decided to portray Mitt Romney as someone who has gutted companies and sent jobs overseas. Look in the mirror, Mr. President. Read more
Just two short years ago, seems longer to me, the Obama administration hailed
that it was to be “The Summer of Recovery”. The stimulus bill was passed by congress, both the house and senate, of course it was alL under the control of the Democrats.
WILD and EXOTIC claims were made that this new law would spur the creation of
250,000 – 500,000 new jobs per month. Vice President Joe Biden boldly predicted this type of
job growth himself. Well it has been two years since the passage of the stimulus bill, and Americans are still waiting. Read more
In a lesson taught to me two years ago by the Sound Off Sister regarding profits, I was told thatPROFITS are not EVIL … that is the goal of any business owner, to make money. When Businesses make money it means that a business has money to spend. That money can be spent in a number of ways. Consider the following: Read more
President Obama held a press conference on friday, speaking of how the economy was doing.
The president had this to say about Job Creation.
“The truth of the matter is we’ve created 4.3 million jobs over the last 27 months, over 800,000 just this year alone. The private sector is doing fine.”
Of course the Romney Campaign responded to the Presidents Statement. Read more
Sixteen pieces of legislation. All of them passed by the US House of Representatives and waiting for action in the Democrat-controlled Senate. All of them associated with economic and job growth here in the United States.
As far as I can tell, President Obama’s newest federal stimulus boondoggle job-killing bill relies exclusively on a 5.6 percent surtax on millionaires. Supporters and the CBO are telling us the surtax will pay for the $447 billion in spending in 10 years. These are the numbers you need to look at … these are the questions that should be asked.
In times of recession and economic stress, one approach to addressing said stress would be to relax those regulations that impede or hinder economic growth.
You’d think the President, or at least his advisors, would know this, right? Read more
It’s flatlined. In a rare moment of candor from Morning Joe cohost Joe Scarborough, the former Republican congressman tries to explain to his lefty colleagues why raising taxes over and over again is not good for business it’s not good for the economy and it’s not good for creating jobs. And his exhibit a is the state of Connecticut. Read more
I wish I had more time to get into the Cato Institute’s policy analysis paper – written 25 years ago – concerning the ineffectiveness of almost 50 different federal “job training” programs managed by multiple government agencies. With President Obama’s reference to even more federal outreach programs this week, Michelle’s Malkin’s column brings the topic – and their total failure – back to the forefront.