Skip to comments.Zero tolerance for job creation: Administration schemes ensure unemployment lines remain long
Posted on 08/11/2011 12:35:30 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
The White House doesnt create jobs, President Obamas spokesman, Jay Carney, said last week. Hes more right than he knows. The policies the administration and Congress put into place have a profound effect on job creation - a profoundly negative one.
Gimmicks like tax credits for hiring veterans and another short-term extension of the payroll tax cut arent going to jump-start the sagging economy or do anything to get the unemployment rate below even 9 percent, let alone anything approaching the 5 or 6 percent levels that would be considered full employment.
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Thursday-morning MEGA PING!
I have nothing but the utmost respect for our vets but no ‘hiring’ scheme’ that favors one group over the rest of the people will work.
They’ve had a “scheme” like that for hiring welfare recipients, ex-felons and the like for many, many years. It’s called targeted jobs tax credits (TJTC).
JH2 - What happened to your writing? Thanks for the ping
|Zero tolerance for Zer0!
The winning rule in 2012: a direct and non-stop political attack on Obama's record!
Zer0 knows what he is doing, and he is having a great time doing it. The game played by the Marxists is war where the end justifies the means. No matter how it's dressed up, it's an assault on America's freedom.
Countdown until Obama leaves Office: 527 days as of August 11, 2011.
I have missed you! You are such a voice of sanity around here. Thank you for showing up. ;o)
“The White House does not create jobs, but it does put into place conditions that make it more difficult for others to create jobs. Its time for the administration to get out of the way.”
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