Why wouldn't lower taxes and less regulation bring jobs back to American soil?

And please, use small words. I'm naught but a simple conservative. And some links to prove your rhetoric would be nice.

Asked By: - 9/19/2011
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What?! "Free Enterprise?! Are you referring to "Laissez Faire Capitalism... More
Answered By: who is #1? - 9/19/2011
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American companies are regulated to death !
Answered By: Dirty White Boy. - 9/19/2011
Everyone knows that, but obama believes it would be too hard to destroy America by doing that
Answered By: Ac - 9/19/2011
It would. It works every time it's tried. When you have a ruthlessly stupid president who wants his boot on the throats of every productive corporation, they go overseas and stop expanding in the US.
Answered By: scooterpoop supreme contributor - 9/19/2011
They would cheapen the cost of labor and increase its demand! It is what has to be done.
Answered By: sound_of_the_silenced3 - 9/19/2011
less regulation = businesses sending jobs overseas The entire recession was caused by deregulation of businesses and Wall Street. The rich are paying the lowest tax rates since the 1950's and we have 9.2% unemployed. Google it.
Answered By: EJ24 - 9/19/2011
"Because the rich would just hide their extra money in a closet" said the liberal right before he wiped his dripping nose with his shirt sleeve.
Answered By: Jeff - 9/19/2011
Like GE? 0% taxes last year, still outsourcing... More
Answered By: Bill Hicks © - 9/19/2011
We can go back to the unregulated 19th century where we have a recession every like 3 years and a depression every like 10 years.
Answered By: Kevin - 9/19/2011
Greed. Lower taxes, great more profit for me. Less regulation, great less money to spend on safety, and more profit for me.
Answered By: N - 9/19/2011
Income taxes are neutral, that is, they neither create or decrease jobs. Companies hire based on market demand. Unfortunately, too many companies are looking at foreign markets such as China. They become American companies in name only.
Answered By: Bflowing - 9/19/2011
The problem is globalism and free trade have allowed companies to produce their goods in countries where labor works cheaper than americans could ever be expected work. The only way to get those jobs back is a new trade policy that says if you sell it here you have to build it here. Then maybe lower taxes and fewer... More
Answered By: Guardian - 9/19/2011
Bush lowered taxes and unemployment skyrocketed. With unregulated capitalism we would be Somalia
Answered By: itsamini1 - 9/19/2011
You need MONEY to create jobs - wishful thinking like 'trickle-down economics' does NOT work and that has been proven so many times, I'm sick of posting it... More
Answered By: MARK B - 9/19/2011
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