Can't pay the unions, can't afford the regulations, can't pass on taxes. Would OWS run corporations bankrupt?

Can't afford massive increases in medical costs. Jobs would vanish both here and overseas. What's their solution to stop the big, bad corporations? More expensive government who forces corporations to bankrupt themselves with even more restrictive regulations? God forbid they do what "teabaggers" want and severely limit government and lower taxes. All jobs and tax revenue for government programs come from profits of some sort. OK, you OWS people, tell me your great plans for increasing profits after you get what you want. Make sure you don't include the TEA party solutions which, will actually work.

Asked By: Home-School-produces-winners - 11/13/2011
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They have no definitive plan. They are receiving donations from the left and are putting it in the Banks that they swear to be against. Yet they still despise the Tea Party and their logic. I really do not get it myself.
Answered By: Becca the Tea Lady - 11/13/2011
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OWS= Obama Wannabes Stooges so they would do just what Obama is doing "YOU MAKE IT AND WE TAKE IT" until no one is making it. Then: They send it to China to be made Send it to The Philippines to talk to you You go to India for tech support.
Answered By: Golfer - 11/13/2011
Government spending injects money into an economy that is short of money among the lower 80% of earners who create the essential demand needed for prosperity. Due to the multiplier effect, $1T of government spending eventually creates $2.5T of increased GDP and $0.75T of increased tax revenue, for a net cost of $0.25T... More
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their solution is for the entire world to be the USSR with THEM as the only priviledged elites.
Answered By: Resident Barry - 11/13/2011
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