What has the Obama administration done to encourage people to start or expand their business?

Businesses are the only ones who can create jobs, either directly by hiring people to create wealth, or indirectly, by paying taxes so the government can hire people who do not create wealth. Joe the Plumber is my kind of guy.

Asked By: - 10/23/2012
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For the naysayers read this very carefully. Top 10 Obama anti-business, anti-job actions. President Obama loves to complain that he inherited an economic mess. That may be true, but his wrong-headed policies have only made matters worse, taking actions that hurt businesses and stunted job growth... More
Answered By: gatita - 10/23/2012
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what do you mean "their" businesses??? They didn't build those, the businesses are just a product of what the government allowed them to create.
Answered By: Bronson - 10/23/2012
Nohing He has increased costs in energy, healthcare and unemployment. And the Liberal states have piled on with additional taxes and charges. No wonder no one is hiring in mass.
Answered By: Kenyan Taxman - 10/23/2012
They handed millions to companies that donated to their campaign,and more than half had nothing to show for it. Corporate welfare and Democrats. Another example of government trying to pick the winners.
Answered By: Stereotypemebecauseyouknow - 10/23/2012
He's done nothing but browbeat business owners telling them "you didn't build that".
Answered By: Rich Mahogany - 10/23/2012
This years payroll tax cut, for starters.
Answered By: oohhbother - 10/23/2012
we all encourage you to start your own business, but you just sound like a slug! Are you related to Joe the Plumber? Joe the Plumber would be your kinda guy! Do you have an imaginary business that you would like to expand also!
Answered By: 50 year old white guy - 10/23/2012
Answered By: Pat - 10/23/2012
Everyone I know has downsized or closed shop under 0bama. Those that are still in business are sitting tight until he is gone to do any hiring or expansion.
Answered By: Ryde.On - 10/23/2012
Business creation comes from market demands. Market demands come from middle class workers who just got a tax cut.
Answered By: Retired - 10/23/2012
I've known a lot of business owners. None of whom sat around worrying what the President was doing. As long as their competition faces the same challenges - they're game. As another poster pointed out - it's about market demands. The other stuff - taxes, regulations etc - are just part of the landscape.
Answered By: hamel5 - 10/23/2012
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