Series Id: LNS12000000
Series title: (Seas) Employment Level
Labor force status: Employed
Type of data: Number in thousands
Age: 16 years and over
Year Dec Annual Change
2002 136426 379
2003 138411 1985
2004 140125 1714
2005 142752 2627
2006 145970 3218
2007 146272 302
2008 143324 -2948
2009 137960 -5364
That's right those hating right wingerzzzzz, always against all that is pure and stinkless. Not once has a leeeberal voted against a Republican bill, not ever in a gagillion years I bet. I am politically enlightened because I watch John Stewart, he's so groovey.
Think if Trump get elected how much resistance he will face with in all phases of our country from people to military to politicians. He must not win.
Eliminate those, cut the corporate tax rate to one percent below the lowest current rate among the first world, and watch and jobs return.
Or you can continue with the Marxist scheme of creating classes and then using class warfare and progressive tax rates to destroy capital accumulation. I have already predicted which way you will turn.
Lets start with cutting regulations and why they are there in the the first place.
Regulations were put in place because businesses were doing things that aren't right. If they were honest with their business we wouldn't have them, but as we have seen time and time again, they are crooks out to screw everyone else over (not all businesses are). This falls into the one business screws it up for everybody else.
Cutting the corporate tax rate to 1%:
While this would give an incentive for businesses to grow, it COMPLETELY ignores the fact that we have a huge debt we have to pay off...
I'm starting to love it when republicans use this word. They think it is "class warfare" to raise taxes on the rich? Right, but they also want to raise taxes on the poor. "Class Warfare" is a two way street people.Or you can continue with the Marxist scheme of creating classes and then using class warfare and progressive tax rates to destroy capital accumulation. I have already predicted which way you will turn.
That is something we can't just put to the side while we stimulate our economy. BTW, where do 17 million new tax payers come from? Do people suddenly realize that they have a child or something? I'm confused.COMPLETELY ignores the fact that we have a huge debt we have to pay off...
So let's just roll back the half of them for starters.
Better yet let's sunset every regulation after two or three years, tops. Or we could zero baseline each year and assess each and every regulation promulgated by busybody bureaucrats. We could create a thousand blue ribbon panels comprised of experts in business, the hard sciences, and a few token politicians. We could hold public hearings and then have a vote on every one of them. Let's do a thousand a month and have a moratorium on new regulations for the next decade.
We have tax payers (that would be me) and tax consumers (perhaps people just like you). When businesses create well paying jobs there are no good reasons for the current leisure class to stay on welfare. They get jobs and become taxpayers. In addition there are, what, a few tens of thousands of new job seekers added each month to the economy?