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Thread: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    So we agree government doesnt have its own money.....it only has what it takes from the Private Sector--The Host Organism and Job Engine.
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    Take a look above George Washington's portrait


    Would You accept putting alt= Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?-400_f_7250637_yy3qyuzwemb126x6pvldqmpb76rzad0y-jpg

    What does it say?


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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    Get this through your head.......since Obama's Trillion dollar boondoggle of a subprime PORKULUS/"Jobs Bill" to Nowhere.....didnt.....

    -------GOVERNMENT DOES NOT CREATE JOBS--------it creates slobs------
    Government does a number of things for you and the nation as a whole for which each citizen should pay taxes. It's a bit socialist, but it does help out every now and then. One of these things is the US Military.

    I don't understand the concept of putting 1 trillion dollars to jobs. It's as if you are saying jobs are produced in some factory and we can purchase them. The Recession has had a number of effects. Among the few good ones was that it showed people where they were spending money they didn't need spending. It also showed businesses and industries this and they began to lay off people they didn't need. They begin retrofitting and buying machines and computers that cut down on manpower and resources. They are not going to hire more people than they need again just because someone tells them to.

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Take a look above George Washington's portrait


    Would You accept putting alt= Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?-400_f_7250637_yy3qyuzwemb126x6pvldqmpb76rzad0y-jpg

    What does it say?

    I'll take "Federal Reserve Note' for $500, Alex.

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    I'll take "Federal Reserve Note' for $500, Alex.

    And the answer is Ben Franklin....

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    I'm guessing you are paying for this $1 Trillion increase.

    Anyway, public works projects are temporary and worthless for good growth.
    Last edited by Henrin; 07-17-11 at 03:17 PM.

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Take a look above George Washington's portrait


    Would You accept putting alt= Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?-400_f_7250637_yy3qyuzwemb126x6pvldqmpb76rzad0y-jpg

    What does it say?

    What does nonsense even mean? That they print money? Do you know how the economy works? How money gets value? Any of that?

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    Government can create jobs that is just a fact. Anyone who denies this is out of their mind, and ignoring facts.
    The government can not create sustainable jobs. Yes, they can hire someone to dig a ditch but they can not pay that guy unless they take the money from someone else. They create nothing.

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    What does nonsense even mean? That they print money? Do you know how the economy works? How money gets value? Any of that?

    With out the overnment's full faith and credit it would be just piece of paper.

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    With out the overnment's full faith and credit it would be just piece of paper.
    ah..no.

    Faith comes from the markets trust in the currency.

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    Re: Would You accept putting $1 Trillion in increased revenues towards jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    With out the overnment's full faith and credit it would be just piece of paper.
    Yup, technically that's where it comes from in the first place. And it was issued to serve a purpose too.
    Anyone wondering what I'm talking about start here:
    The Psychology of Persuasion

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