What the US needs is not less regulation but the correct regulation and the enforcement of said regulations. On top of that it needs to break the GOP lead cluster**** deadlock in Congress so they can actually get around to do something instead of "investigating" idiotic things /wave Issa.
As for saving money.. start with Congress.. cut 50% of all wages and sums given to every Senator and Congressman. Maybe then they will feel how it is to be an ordinary citizen in the US.
they can campaign during their 2 weeks PTO (that they earn over the course of the year day by day.) if they get sick, they can use their high deductible HMO. or, better yet, we can set their work week at 36 hours and deny them health care coverage. but it's ok; they can buy health insurance on the "free market."
but the GOP spokesmodels are telling us that tax cuts for the rich and elimination of regulations will be the party's platform
an obvious return to the policies and practices of the dicknbush era, the one that turned our nation's economy upside down
To me this is even more distressing:
And this:The economy created just 80,000 jobs in June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. But that same month, 85,000 workers left the workforce entirely to enroll in the Social Security Disability Insurance program, according to the Social Security Administration.
3.1 Million Workers Join Disability Ranks Vs. 2.6 Million That Got Jobs In Obama Recovery - Investors.comWhile the economy has created 2.6 million jobs since June 2009, fully 3.1 million workers signed up for disability benefits.
Good news for the lib's......more people filed new claims of being disabled, 85,000, than those that found a job, 80,000. BOeconomics at its best.......more people on food stamps, more people on disability, more people giving up looking for work. I think BO is doing exactly what he set out to do almost 4 years ago.....he is transforming the Nation into a banana republic.
I love the smell of burning moonbat in the morning.
The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016