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Why are we not defending job creators today?

So they can slash jobs, maximize profits, widen the income gap, and do all these Patriotic moves without any tax burdens.

Asked By: you are a bad Liberal - 9/5/2011
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Profits are not why corporations are not hiring. It's government regulation and taxation. With Obama care, the cost to tax payers, meaning me and corporations, will be forced to pay this bill. Every government agency is creating new regulations that adds tremendous cost to doing business. It's simple to turn this... More
Answered By: bicycle to live - 9/5/2011
Additional Answers (9)
Because their would be a revolt if a Tea Party got anything.
Answered By: Canadian Student - 9/5/2011
 
Because cons want it their way or they start protesting.
Answered By: El Marxista - 9/5/2011
 
There are no job creators to defend.
Answered By: Daniel - 9/5/2011
 
Feel free. Maybe if you whine, yell, park your tents on Wall Street, that will create some jobs.
Answered By: gone fishin - 9/5/2011
 
They got too many friends in congress that are giving them aid because of the the campaign money they give out. People really should take a close look at what their congressman is voting for, and who they are getting money from.
Answered By: Patrick4024 - 9/5/2011
 
Sweden beckons for those who desire a life without contributing. Yes, you pi$$ and moan about businesses, look at yourself -- you want it all for nothing.
Answered By: John E - 9/5/2011
 
Because Obama wants to turn America into a socialistic society where the people have to depend on the government solely so he has more power
Answered By: Shawnie Cale - 9/5/2011
 
Because it is chic to demonize those "evil greedy corporations" all the while buying their products and services... More
Answered By: imaxkr - 9/5/2011
 
Because Class Jealousy is the CHIC thing to bash on.
Answered By: NWO BLOWS - 9/5/2011
 
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