When will conservatives realize that what creates jobs is the middle class having more money to spend?

Romney and his buddies haveing more money in their offshore accounts do not create jobs. We need tax cuts for the middle class and small businesses, not tax cuts for Romney and his buddies. I didn't say how much money your customers had, I said how much they spend. Big difference.

Asked By: Fresh Prince - 9/7/2012
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Obama's idea of creating false demand doesn't solve anything either. People with smarts are keeping their money on the sidelines because of the loon in the White Housel LOL... More
Answered By: "The Sheep" - 9/7/2012
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That makes no sense. It's like moving water from one side of a pool to the other side. Soon you'll just have stagnated water. We need to make a bigger POOL and GROW the ECONOMY!
Answered By: I don't speak LIBBERISH - 9/7/2012
They already know that, they just don't care. They'd rather be able to say that they have a Republican in office than have a successful president.
Answered By: Pete - 9/7/2012
We also need more programs to help those that are disabled find jobs. It's a lot better then them being on disability.
Answered By: bloodycinephile - 9/7/2012
And all they buy comes from China, so how are jobs created again?
Answered By: GARF - 9/7/2012
You want to give the middle class and small businesses a tax cut? Fine -- then repeal ObamaTAX.
Answered By: Norm - 9/7/2012
If the middle class wants more money, they should just borrow it from their parents.
Answered By: kril_420 - 9/7/2012
That means they need to have jobs. Circular reference, do not pass go, do not collect $200.
Answered By: Liberal Fascist - 9/7/2012
How will the middle class get more money to spend when Obama is strangling business growth? Or do you think Obama has a magic never ending bag of money to make us all rich?
Answered By: LiberalsRNutz - 9/7/2012
Well the middle class buying more goods and services puts more money into business, which in turn the business is able to hire more, having more money...
Answered By: Steve-O in AZ - 9/7/2012
Everyone knows that businesses base their hiring decisions on the personal tax status of their executives. Demand? That's silly and proves the democrats don't understand how business works.
Answered By: Rankin - 9/7/2012
Nonsense. If we start paying the little people now they will just want more more more. They will just spend the money on needless things. We are doing them a favor.
Answered By: lady.rothschild - 9/7/2012
And where exactly does the middle class get all of this money when the government is taxing us and no body is hiring because corporate taxes are too high... More
Answered By: Pat - 9/7/2012
And where does the middle class get that money? From the government after it is taken away from the wealthy? And how can ANYONE spend money if the government takes it from them?
Answered By: jaker - 9/7/2012
I'm sure they do. But like the fable about the golden goose, they continue to squeeze the goose a little tighter every day, hoping for one more egg.
Answered By: mommanuke - 9/7/2012
They don't understand that concept.
Answered By: The Family Kitten - 9/7/2012
Hum. I was in business for 40 years and I never knew that. Perhaps I was in error but I hired when I could project enough sales to sustain new jobs. The one thing I never wanted to do was hire a bunch of people and then let them go in a couple of years. So I needed clarity of the future. That is what I based my hiring... More
Answered By: Frank Texan - 9/7/2012
About the same time that Democrats realize. You don't have more money without a better job. To get a better job a rich person or group of investors have to start more businesses. The law of supply and demand starts to kick in here. The more people that are employed the higher the wage has to be to hire and keep any... More
Answered By: seahawkone - 9/7/2012
To obtain money, they need a job or a better job. Working to market a quality product or service might just be the answer. I guess your idea is every once in a while issue another quantitative easing.
Answered By: Niel J - 9/7/2012
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