How does getting rid of over 10 million jobs, and cutting back programs in schools/non profit help the economy?

like i don't get it- they cut back on school programs- cut millions of jobs- how is that helping the economy- it makes no sense!

Asked By: crystal spring - 12/5/2008
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Perhaps survival and not helping the economy is first and foremost on people's minds during a bad recession... More
Answered By: Nick Z - 12/5/2008
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It's the equivalent of using a rocket launcher when you should be using a scalpel.
Answered By: Roseblood. - 12/5/2008
Not sure what you mean. No one is advocating getting rid of jobs. I think you are referring to policies that are designed to cut out the fat. And that does help the economy in that it gets rid of non-productive or non-functional parts of the economy and forces people into productive economic participants.
Answered By: Nixon - 12/5/2008
No, they are getting rid of useless ear mark programs that have been proven ineffective. Ultimately the government would in turn like to create useful programs that will benefit everyone and/or retain the money from putting an end to the ineffective programs.
Answered By: lromani11 - 12/5/2008
It is part of the New World Order. According to the WTO the US is supposed to send 12 million jobs to the third world by 2012. Here's a hint - any time you hear the word economy it means the wealth of the millionaires and billionaires.
Answered By: Thomasina Paine - 12/5/2008
It puts money into the white/blue collard crooks and don't forget the ceo's! Let me see Enron,Tyco,Martha Stewart,etc
Answered By: candleguy3398 - 12/5/2008
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