Due to the incompetence of the Marxist-influenced administration in Washington, America’s job creation machine has stalled out. The most recent jobs report is but the icing on the cake. Are Americans even aware of just how bad conditions are in the job market? Last month, the economy managed to generate just 80,000 new jobs on non-farm payrolls. Momentum is consistently being lost with snail-paced growth extending month after tedious month.
How, with such a record, a sitting president can have the gall to suggest to Americans that he should have a second term in office beats me. The same president who has presided over the downgrading of America’s AAA credit rating, spent and borrowed America into a ditch, and perhaps stuck us with the monster that is Obamacare wants another term in office? It’s a bad dream, right? More and more Americans are waking up each day thinking that perhaps they have been drugged and that the Obama nightmare is only a bad dream. Unfortunately, it’s all frighteningly real.
Is there any hope of getting America’s jobs engine rolling again? Sure there is. And what’s required is so clear that all Americans can agree. Simply ask, who in America creates the real jobs? (See: Job growth engine sputters at small businesses) Who creates the productive jobs? The correct answer is America’s small business owners. So how do we help our country’s small business job creators? Get off their backs in the regulatory sense. Slash corporate taxes starting with a complete junking of the special-interest-favoring tax code. Pass a National Right to Work law. Wake up to what Wisconsin and Louisiana have done to get their states moving. Put out the WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS banners, and great things can happen for America fast. The crowd that brought America to the insolvency party cannot be invited back for a second round of damage and destruction. This must be obvious to us all.
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