National Entrepreneurship Month on November, 2024: 204,000 Jobs Added Last Month (October)? Good Or Bad? Your Thoughts?

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204,000 Jobs Added Last Month (October)? Good Or Bad? Your Thoughts?

If you turn 100 full time workers into part time workers, to make up the difference is to hire 100 part time workers. That way you can say you created 100 additional jobs. Since there are never enough jobs to employ everyone since time began cut the hours so more can be hired when industries, franchises, corporations, entrepreneurships are not growing or expanding due to crippling regulations.

Or simply do what Stalin, Il-Sung, Castro did to control the economy & the public by discouraging their ambition & self reliance.

The Mid class would just have to sacrifice double if not quadruple to provide to those milking the system for more generous gravy that still wouldn't be enough for them until the mid class gives up & join the gravy train.

Where Doctors, Rocket Engineers, Engineers, Physicist, Electricians, Burger flipper, Teachers, Professors, Chefs, Architects, Janitors, Athletes, Window Washers, earning equal pay (minimum) living in public housing where health care, food supplies, & energy are rationed Except for Important People. No businesses, no Supermarkets, No Shopping Malls/Plaza, just Government Commissaries & Soup kitchens.

1/3 hard working out of habit or force end up making less for they put in twice or triple the hours, higher quality & faster completion. 1/3 are sloth incapable of quality work, half of whom are arrogant narcissist egotist (bigoted, thuggish, or delusional). 1/3 are moderate workers but milks the work, skate, & escape putting in long hours of work as side kicks, by licking, kissing, & greasing bottoms or dingle berries.

Another way to employ 95% - 99% if not 100% is through war just as Wilson & FDR did. The U.S. at a depression saw an opportunity to lure japan to attack in pearl harbor by clustering all the ship in small area as sitting ducks rather than spreading them apart in small numbers to be harder to target. With Japan Attacking, The U.S. Can Justifiably enter the War so that the U.S. can borrow & spend at a 120% above GDP, raising the national debt around 270 Billion, and send all the unemployed to war, manufacture weaponry, bombs, transport, provision, & supplies to Allied forces raking in revenue that will help lower the national debt a little by B$3,351,037,535.1 after Truman's term. After WWII the U.S. was successful in having the world use the U.S. dollar as the international trade standard the gold backing was trust worthy. With the national debt ever increasing after LBJs great society the dollar's buying power no longer has the value (what cost 1 dollar then, now cost $7.46) it once had before removing the gold backing of the dollar's value. In order to keep the world dependent to the printed dollar, the US keeps printing & distribute it around world through trade or aid.

5/8s of U.S. public isn't afraid of racking up the national debt because no one can challenge their military might to take a chunk of U.S. territories. This is how the U.S. control the world through the Worthless Printed dollars.

Less that 4 months now, What exactly is Romney’s plan?

Less that 4 months now, What exactly is Romney's plan?

You are the second person today to ask this question. You claim to have been on his website.

Here you go because obviously you can't find it:

It took about two seconds to find this. His tax plan with specifics laid out for you....


Reducing and stabilizing federal spending is essential, but breathing life into the present anemic recovery will also require fixing the nation’s tax code to focus on jobs and growth. To repair the nation’s tax code, marginal rates must be brought down to stimulate entrepreneurship, job creation, and investment, while still raising the revenue needed to fund a smaller, smarter, simpler government. The principle of fairness must be preserved in federal tax and spending policy.

Individual Taxes

America’s individual tax code applies relatively high marginal tax rates on a narrow tax base. Those high rates discourage work and entrepreneurship, as well as savings and investment. With 54 percent of private sector workers employed outside of corporations, individual rates also define the incentives for job-creating businesses. Lower marginal tax rates secure for all Americans the economic gains from tax reform.

Make permanent, across-the-board 20 percent cut in marginal rates

Maintain current tax rates on interest, dividends, and capital gains

Eliminate taxes for taxpayers with AGI below $200,000 on interest, dividends, and capital gains

Eliminate the Death Tax

Repeal the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)

Corporate Taxes

The U.S. economy’s 35 percent corporate tax rate is among the highest in the industrial world, reducing the ability of our nation’s businesses to compete in the global economy and to invest and create jobs at home. By limiting investment and growth, the high rate of corporate tax also hurts U.S. wages.

Cut the corporate rate to 25 percent

Strengthen and make permanent the R&D tax credit

Switch to a territorial tax system

Repeal the corporate Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)

And his spending plan

Any turnaround must begin with clear and realistic goals. Optimistic projections cannot wish a problem away, they can only make it worse. As president, Mitt’s goal will be to bring federal spending below 20 percent of GDP by the end of his first term:

Reduced from 24.3 percent last year; in line with the historical trend between 18 and 20 percent

Close to the tax revenue generated by the economy when healthy

Requires spending cuts of approximately $500 billion per year in 2016 assuming robust economic recovery with 4% annual growth, and reversal of irresponsible Obama-era defense cuts

Take Immediate Action: Return Non-Security Discretionary Spending To Below 2008 Levels

Send Congress a bill on Day One that cuts non-security discretionary spending by 5 percent across the board

Pass the House Republican Budget proposal, rolling back President Obama’s government expansion by capping non-security discretionary spending below 2008 levels

Follow A Clear Roadmap: Build A Simpler, Smaller, Smarter Government

Most importantly, any turnaround must have a thoughtful, structured approach to achieving its goals. Mitt will attack the bloated budget from three angles:

The Federal Government Should Stop Doing Things The American People Can’t Afford, For Instance:

Repeal Obamacare

Privatize Amtrak

Reduce Subsidies For The National Endowments For The Arts And Humanities, The Corporation For Public Broadcasting, And The Legal Services Corporation

Eliminate Title X Family Planning Funding

Reduce Foreign Aid — Savings: $100 Million.

Empower States To Innovate

Improve Efficiency And Effectiveness. Where the federal government should act, it must do a better job. For instance:

Reduce Waste And Fraud

Align Federal Employee Compensation With The Private Sector

Repeal The Davis-Bacon Act

Reduce The Federal Workforce By 10 Percent Via Attrition — Savings: $4 Billion. Despite widespread layoffs in the private sector, President Obama has continued to grow the federal payrolls. The federal workforce can be reduced by 10 percent through a “1-for-2” system of attrition, thereby reducing the number of federal employees while allowing the introduction of new talent into the federal service.

about republican party?

about republican party?

Current Composition

The Republican Party (often referred to as the GOP, for "Grand Old Party") is one of the two major political organizations in the United States' two party system; its great rival is the Democratic Party.

In addition to controlling the Executive Branch since 2001, the Republican Party has held majorities in the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives since 1995 except for 19 months in the Senate in 2001-2.[2] Republicans currently hold 28 governorships and have majorities in both houses of 20 state legislatures compared to the Democratic Party's 19.

The Republican National Committee (RNC) is responsible for promoting presidential goals when the party controls the White House or articulating Republican policies when the Democrats have the White House. The chairman of the RNC is chosen by the President when the Republicans have the White House or otherwise by the state committees. President Bush selected Ken Mehlman as the chairman of the Republican National Committee in January 2005. In presidential elections, the committee, under the direction of the presidential candidate, supervises the national convention, raises funds, and coordinates campaign strategy. There are similar state committees in every state and most large cities, counties, and legislative districts, but they have far less money and influence than the national body.

The Republican House and Senate have powerful fundraising and strategy committees. The National Republican Congressional Committee assists in House races, and the National Republican Senatorial Committee in Senate races. They each raise over $100 million per election cycle, and play important roles in recruiting strong state candidates. The Republican Governors Association is a discussion group that seldom funds state races. In each instance the Democrats have similar organizations. As of the beginning of September 2006, the Republican National Committee had raised $176 million for the 2006 cycle, with $39 million on hand. The National Republican Congressional Committee had raised $124 million, with $36 million on hand; the National Republican Senatorial Committee had raised $69 million, with $19 million on hand. In total, the three GOP committees had raised $369 million, compared to $264 for their Democratic counterparts.[3]

The Republican Party is comprised of many informal factions, which often overlap. For example, there are Fiscal Conservatives, Social Conservatives, Neoconservatives, Paleoconservatives, Libertarians, Moderates, Republican In Name Only, Log Cabin Republicans.

Current Ideology

The Republican Party is the more socially conservative and economically libertarian of the two major parties, and has closer ties to both Wall Street (large corporations) and Main Street (locally owned businesses) than do the Democrats. Republicans have a strong belief in personal responsibility, limited government, and corporate entrepreneurship. In his 1981 inaugural address, Republican President Ronald Reagan summed up his belief in limited government when he said, "In the present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem."[4]. Since 1980 the GOP has contained what George Will calls "unresolved tensions between, two flavors of conservatism -- Western and Southern." The Western brand, says Will, "is largely libertarian, holding that pruning big government will allow civil society -- and virtues nourished by it and by the responsibilities of freedom -- to flourish." The Southern variety, however, reflects a religiosity based in evangelical and fundamentalist churches that is less concerned with economics and more with moralistic issues, such as abortion and homosexuality.[5]

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