What is the Democrat's plan to create private sector jobs also since big business creates Jobs not just small?

What is the Democrat's plan to create private sector jobs also since big business creates Jobs not just small business what is the Democrat's plan to create Jobs among big businesses ?

Asked By: - 12/16/2010
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There plan does not involve growing private sectors jobs because that is in direct conflict with their main agenda, which is to expand government and take away power from the governed: us.
Answered By: Spooky Dude - 12/16/2010
Additional Answers (10)
Tax the crap out of them and put more regulations in place. That outta do it.
Answered By: grandma zaza - 12/16/2010
Raising taxes.
Answered By: Ollicopter - 12/16/2010
Take away their tax break for outsourcing jobs.
Answered By: MartinK - 12/16/2010
Private sector? What's that? -typical Democrat
Answered By: Misha - 12/16/2010
The plan was to pump money into alternate energy - quite a bit of this went out to the states... More
Answered By: jack99skellington - 12/16/2010
The GOP has taken the Democrats hostage. The GOP is in charge. That's what they wanted, so now it's up to them to fix the mess that they all created. So far it looks like the GOP plan is to cut taxes on the rich and cut meals to the needy children to help pay for it.
Answered By: Janet - 12/16/2010
Based on the past 2 yrs of fubling bumbling idiots in govt--ZERO... More
Answered By: Polly - 12/16/2010
Really? Big business creates jobs? How many jobs have they created in the US in the last 10 years? Remember, I said in the US, it's obvious big business has created millions of jobs in Communist China, just not here. Under Bush's stupid tax plans, they outsourced an average of 700,000 US jobs PER MONTH and triggered... More
Answered By: Yesiam - 12/16/2010
There are no private sector jobs. Walmart, Home Depot, Target have seen to that. Walmart even sells Chinese fish. They sell African oranges in Florida. OK, they still sell American water but in Chinese plastic bottles.
Answered By: Bob H - 12/16/2010
Many businesses are sitting on cash because of low interest rates and the low prices especially construction. In order for businesses to start hiring more workers, they need to see more consumer demand. The least effective way is to give money to well off who will not spend it and continue to sit on the money... More
Answered By: Kiran C - 12/16/2010
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