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Liberals, could you get on board with fiscal conservative business policies if they were explained to you?

If you limit business regulations to essentials and equally for each industry than lobbyists would no longer have a job influencing government, as well, businesses would not have a reason to pick sides on who to donate money to. Without government propping up certain businesses than monopolistic businesses would now be open to their free market competitors, ending "too big too fail", lowing prices, increasing quality, and raising wages. With less money spent on enormous regulations (nearly $2 trillion annually) there is more tax revenue to pay for government programs and debt. As well as more money for jobs and less outsourcing of jobs. What you say?

Asked By: US Government - 10/23/2011
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Considering how I used to drink the conservative kool-aid... More
Answered By: Ambiguous Threat Distractions - 10/23/2011
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Nope, I don't follow 19th/early 20th century economics. Just to tell you, the Republican Party is nothing like this.
Answered By: Kakos™ - 10/23/2011
 
No it's already been explained, the economy is in the crapper, no more needs to be explained about what republicans think about it.
Answered By: Thorn - 10/23/2011
 
nope cons are greedy and will do anything for money unless stopped
Answered By: StephenG - 10/23/2011
 
I think you have given the best summary of conservative fiscal policies I have seen on Yahoo. If people cannot get on board with these ideas, they are voting purely ideologically and not on sound ideas... More
Answered By: Mason Dixon - 10/23/2011
 
I'd say you're dreaming. Businesses would still use their funds to influence politicians. The rest of it is your assumption of what would happen. What about the costs to clean up the additional pollution? And that's just one.
Answered By: Frank Zebottom - 10/23/2011
 
Liberals have no minds.
Answered By: ? - 10/23/2011
 
That is a fantasy, when in the history of the US, or even the world, has business not tried to influence government policy
Answered By: meg - 10/23/2011
 
Trying to reason with liberals on anything is an exercise in futility. They want government control of everything.
Answered By: regerugged - 10/23/2011
 
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