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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 8 years ago

Do you have faith in Barack Hussein 0bama's new "jobs plan" and his vision for the US economy?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    i don't have faith in his new job plan or him personally

    and i loved how he talked to the Spanish community and told them that this plan was going to put more money in their pockets ..

  • 3 years ago

    there's a dash of validity to what Obama suggested yet i could think of that those losses could be something similar to removing a bucket of water from the pacific ocean. If there have been no tellers then it makes greater experience however the ATM machines have been put in as a convenience for the customer that had to make a speedy deposit or withdrawal and did no longer desire to stand in an prolonged line interior the financial employer and the biggest earnings is in being waiting to have get admission to to the money on your account 24 hours an afternoon 12 months a year. Obama could have made a similar analogy purchase declaring that opting to circulate paperless on your mastercard or banking statements additionally expenditures jobs. His fact would not have sounded so ridiculous if he had suggested that using robotics interior the motor vehicle marketplace reasons a loss of jobs, yet then it could have regarded like he became into choosing on the unions. Robotics have displaced much greater jobs interior the motor vehicle marketplace that ATM's have interior the banking marketplace

  • 8 years ago

    No, because the incentives to hire people, such as with tax breaks are not good enough to raise a workforce. A buisness owner told me that the tax breaks he will receive will be paltry as compared to the fees and benefits he he owes the worker.

    On top of that removing tax breaks from charities will make charities smaller.

    None of it can really be payed for without tax hickes on too many people not only those making 200000+ its just a reelection fantasy.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Obama's jobs plan/wish list is in the hands of the House. They will bisect, dissect, fold, spin and mutilate it. Then, perhaps after weeks, or months, they will pass some bill and send it to the Senate, which will probably reject it and send it back to the House. Maybe, this can go on and on until the 2012 elections.

    His plan is full of Republican ideas.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Did you mean the "Plan to send billions to bail out spendthrift states and keep worthless bureaucrats employed and have those people over there pay for it"? No, it sucks. Besides, it's not a "jobs plan" at all but rather a campaign narrative, where O can say "if only those guys had passed my jobs bill we'd have 3% unemployment! Four more hellish years!!"

  • 8 years ago

    Absolutely not, it will fail like his other economic plans. Also, in the speech, he kept saying that everything will be paid for; how is that. It will be paid for by those who already pay outrageous taxes (aka middle-upper class).

  • 8 years ago

    About a 1000 times more faith than the Republican plan of the tax cuts for the rich trickle down effect!!!

    The same old Republican sh1t that helped push us into this mess in the first place!!!

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    It will be as successful as the Mother of All Stimulus.

    This is why S & P downgraded our debt. They knew Obama would just keep spending without a thought of how any of it would be paid for or whether it would even work.

    Obama wants infrastructure?

    Idiot. How many infrastructure jobs and bridge repairs were promised in 2009? Why didn't it help the economy?

  • 8 years ago

    He put every tax increase on his wish list in that bill he knows it wont pass, he doesnt want it to pass.

    He is using it as a trap for the GOP so he can say see the GOP doesnt want to create jobs!

  • 8 years ago

    Yes, too bad Republicans will never let it be law.

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