How are Republicans planning on creating enough job growth to offset the Millions of government workers fired*?
How are Republicans planning on creating enough job growth to offset the Millions of government workers fired under their budget proposals? They plan on cutting payments to states(as seen by their proposal to force States into Bankruptcy), counties and municipalities as well as firing over a million federal workers which leads to this question : How are Republicans planning on creating enough job growth to offset the Millions of government workers fired under their budget proposals?
Asked By: James E Lewis AKA choteau - 1/22/2011
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They don't have a plan for that. The current mob of Republicans in the House has to be the most short-sighted group ever. They either don't understand or don't believe that their proposed cuts would cause massive job losses... More
Answered By: Doug B - 1/22/2011
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Increase wallstreet confidence, which will encourage banks to lend credit, which will encourage growth. Whether that offset the jobs lost or whether it's the best way to encourage growth is debatable.
Answered By: Erik - 1/22/2011
By cutting taxes. That always leads to an increase in jobs - at least that's what the commercials said.
Answered By: Alex Tubruton - 1/22/2011
The same way Obama did. It worked so well for him right? or did it not?
Answered By: Splitters - 1/22/2011
They're not....gov cannot create jobs that create tax revenue...hopefully they will change the anti-business and lessen regulations that are now in place to create a business friendly environment. Again....gov created jobs DO NOT CREATE REVENUE...they do just the opposite.
Answered By: RJC - 1/22/2011
Seems sad that people are asking how someone else is going to provide for them. I grew up with nothing. Wore shirts with holes in them to school and lived in a dilapidated house that I was ashamed of. I found out early that nobody was going to give me anything so I knew that I had to work hard to get ahead. I'm still... More
Answered By: Peter - 1/22/2011
I thought Obama already did that? Guess another lie is exposed.
Answered By: Bush still better than Obama - 1/22/2011
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