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Which Republican Candidate Has The Best Plan To Create Jobs ?

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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 10:45 AM
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Originally posted by easynow
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Ending the wars would be a first step. People are weary of war and the constant threat of war


Unfortunately,

that's not going to happen anytime soon

so what's plan B ?


and unfortunately, I agree...

There is no plan B. In a corporate oligarchy, it's about social control and manipulation. An Orwellian society is what we're looking at now. The neocons are a potent force and their PNAC is being realized more than we can imagine.

www.newamericancentury.org...

It's a brave new world!
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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 11:36 AM
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There is no plan B. In a corporate oligarchy, it's about social control and manipulation. An Orwellian society is what we're looking at now. The neocons are a potent force and their PNAC is being realized more than we can imagine.


There's always a plan B !

Are you saying the "necons" want a high unemployment rate ?

If that's true then wouldn't that mean all the jobs plans being promoted by the Republican candidates are just Hoaxes ?


Ohh and plan B might involve pitch forks and torches,

If you think I'm joking, just take a look at Boehner's constituents




posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 11:44 AM
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What people want and what they ultimately receive are two entirely different things.

I evidence this statement by the fact that people want peace but the war machine keeps rolling and growing.
War is now America's growth industry.

For there to be meaningful jobs and not just lowpaying service work, there needs to be a manufacturing infrastructure;
That was shipped overseas long ago.

We used to make steel in this country...now we make happy meals.

We had a chance of being the high tech leader but we blew that one too.

My advice to all my students is to learn to speak Chinese and get an MBA if you want to prosper in the new global economy.



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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 02:44 PM
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I evidence this statement by the fact that people want peace but the war machine keeps rolling and growing.
War is now America's growth industry.


So killing people is the best career choice then ?



Here's some more great job ideas from the Republicans



Rubio Declares War on Federal Workers

Tea Party favorite, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) recently announced he is sponsoring legislation that will lay off 10 percent of the federal workforce in the next four years.

Rubio’s bill would throw 440,000 Americans out of work, even as unemployment remains stubbornly high at 9.1 percent nationwide.

westorlandonews.com...

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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 03:20 PM
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Originally posted by easynow


So killing people is the best career choice then ?





Apparently....




Obama orders U.S. troops to help chase down African 'army' leader,





www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 03:53 PM
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Since I don't want to kill anyone ... I guess I'm stuck making happy meals




Meanwhile...Back to Republicans and Job creation,

Rick Perry is saying he can create over a million jobs in the Energy production sector:



Perry calls for creating jobs through energy production

"Today, I offer a plan that will create more than a million good American jobs across every sector of the economy and enhance our national security. And the best news is it can be set in motion in my first 100 days," he told a crowd of hard-hat-wearing steelworkers.

firstread.msnbc.msn.com...



That sounds good to me unless of course it's just a BS story to get elected

like we have seen with Florida's Republican Governor - Rick Scott




Breaking His Promise To Create 700K Jobs,

Gov. Rick Scott Now Says ‘I Don’t Have To Create Any Jobs’


Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) campaigned on a promise to create jobs in Florida — his campaign mantras were even “Let’s get to work!” and “jobs, jobs, jobs.” However, recently he’s backed off his earlier pledge to create 700,000 jobs in addition to the 1 million jobs Florida is expected to generate as part of the state’s natural growth, absurdly claiming “I don’t know who said that.”

Now the St. Petersburg Times is reporting that Scott is scaling back his promises even further, claiming, “I could argue that I don’t have to create any jobs”:

Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday added more nuance to his campaign promise to create jobs, questioning the validity of the state’s economic forecast and saying he just has to stop unemployment from rising.

“The bottom line is, I could argue that I don’t have to create any jobs,” Scott said on 540-AM in Maitland. “I just have to make sure we don’t lose jobs.“

Read more: thinkprogress.org...






posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 04:20 PM
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How many font-meme transliterations do you speak? I am seriously impressed.



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 06:00 PM
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Rick Perry is saying he can create over a million jobs in the Energy production sector:


Perry calls for creating jobs through energy production

"Today, I offer a plan that will create more than a million good American jobs across every sector of the economy and enhance our national security. And the best news is it can be set in motion in my first 100 days," he told a crowd of hard-hat-wearing steelworkers.

firstread.msnbc.msn.com...


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That sounds good to me unless of course it's just a BS story to get elected

like we have seen with Florida's Republican Governor - Rick Scott


This is a good start. Kill two birds with one stone. We need new refineries to process our own oil that we will now have access to. That alone will create 100,000 immediate jobs. And all the work necessary to extract our own energy will create the balance of a million jobs. Easily. Our nuclear needs to be upgraded. More jobs. All the spin-of jobs in trucking, etc will add up. The steel industry could get a good shot in the arm from this plan also. Coal industry will benefit.

Perry gets credit for being the first to openly make it a part of his 'plan', but any candidate could implement it.



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 06:03 PM
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before obama anounced his "jobs bill"

everyone of these clowns said "the government can't create jobs"

clowns



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 06:14 PM
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I like Rick Santorum's plan the best even though he is not my favorite candidate ( Paul and Cain). He suggests lowering the corporate tax rate on companies that manufacture in the U.S. to 0 as long as they build factories. I don't know what he considers the tax rate for companies that outsource, I hope that rate is still 35% they don't deserve a dime! If this holds to be true, this is the only plan that will create jobs. I would take it further however and impose a 25% tariff on all imported goods. I don't get it why people can't understand that if the U.S. does not manufacture there will be no jobs. Wake up people! As an american manufacturer I'm proud of myself for actually supplying people with jobs. There can be only so many service jobs! Not everybody can sell things in stores. Take the chance to buy something made in the US next time you go shopping, you'll feel good knowing that you actually helped save or create a job.



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 07:57 PM
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Santorum has the only plan that really addresses the real problem. Unfortunately on everything else he is just another crazy fundie. And even then he is only using half measures to address what is wrong. Manufacturing would never be allowed to maintain a 0% indefinitely, unless they did some serious self policing when it came to environmental and safety issues.. The problem with less regulation and there are many cases where we could do away with them, has always been and will always be getting corporations to understand that they carry the public trust and have them act accordingly.

Trade has to be addressed, and until it is it will put people like you in a tough spot. Lowering the manufacturing tax rate will encourage some to operate here, but why would anyone go from environments where they get slave labor to where they will have to compete against each other for labor?



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 10:50 PM
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Ron Paul .

He will Announce his Plan to Save our Economy on Oct. 17th ..........



" My staff and I have put together a bold proposal to remove the burden of out-of-control government from off the taxpayers’ backs and restore our nation’s prosperity.

And I want you to be among the very first to get the details of this plan.

On Monday, October 17, I’ll be in Las Vegas, Nevada, for a major press conference to introduce my Restore America budget plan.

This budget will slash federal spending, cut taxes and regulation, and help reestablish limited government, free markets, and sound money in America. "


Ron Paul



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 01:02 AM
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before obama anounced his "jobs bill"

everyone of these clowns said "the government can't create jobs"

clowns


And they were right. They also said that govt can create the atmosphere which encourages job growth. Such as removing the draconian regulations that currently stifle energy exploration and harvesting.



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 03:58 AM
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From your link..


Over 100 jobs were created to improve the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. The Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge is also a testament to the importance of government jobs. Indeed, all over Idaho are structures built by government-created jobs.


What your link does not show is the 2 1/2 million jobs created. Your link does cite 100 jobs... but not just any job, these were temporary jobs. What do you think happened to these people after the wildlife refuge was rebuilt? Chances are, they were looking for new jobs. Which at that point in time would not have been tough to do. Many people were overseas fighting in WW2 so there were plenty of jobs at home for those who could not fight.



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 07:33 AM
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It doesn't matter if it was 1 job or millions of jobs.

You said ...

"They have never created jobs"

and that's just not true. The Federal, State and local government employs millions of people and all those jobs were created by the government.

There are government created jobs available right now ...
Search Results for "Government Jobs"

Some jobs created by the government are temporary jobs and some are long term positions but the same thing can be found in the private sector job market as well.



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 07:46 AM
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Originally posted by mishigas
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before obama anounced his "jobs bill"

everyone of these clowns said "the government can't create jobs"

clowns


And they were right. They also said that govt can create the atmosphere which encourages job growth. Such as removing the draconian regulations that currently stifle energy exploration and harvesting.


so the republican plan is lower taxes on the top 2%, and let big oil ruin the last pristine wilderness on the planet, and churn out even more carbon into the atmosphere

wow

I'm shocked



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 07:54 AM
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Originally posted by mishigas
reply to post by syrinx high priest


before obama anounced his "jobs bill"

everyone of these clowns said "the government can't create jobs"

clowns



And they were right. They also said that govt can create the atmosphere which encourages job growth. Such as removing the draconian regulations that currently stifle energy exploration and harvesting.




so the republican plan is lower taxes on the top 2%, and let big oil ruin the last pristine wilderness on the planet, and churn out even more carbon into the atmosphere

wow

I'm shocked


You've got a real gift. I say 'A' and you say "So you mean 'A' plus infinity".

Exaggerate much? How about create straw men? :shk:



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 08:38 AM
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This is a good start. Kill two birds with one stone. We need new refineries to process our own oil that we will now have access to. That alone will create 100,000 immediate jobs. And all the work necessary to extract our own energy will create the balance of a million jobs. Easily. Our nuclear needs to be upgraded. More jobs. All the spin-of jobs in trucking, etc will add up. The steel industry could get a good shot in the arm from this plan also. Coal industry will benefit.

Perry gets credit for being the first to openly make it a part of his 'plan', but any candidate could implement it.


Yes I agree it's a good place to start and I don't have a problem with the oil companies making money as long as they put Americans back to work. If America stopped buying oil products from other countries it would solve a lot of our problems. There's plenty of oil to drill for right here in the USA but the PTB want to keep us dependent on foreign oil and that needs to change.

Land based drilling is ok with me but I don't like the idea of offshore drilling.

Romney did include utilizing natural resources in his jobs plan but I think Perry would be a better choice to make it all happen since he's already familiar with and involved with the relevant industry players. That doesn't mean I'm voting for Perry, I'm still undecided and waiting to see how things progress.



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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Wow this is kinda bizarre



Rep. Jesse Jackson Calls on Government to Hire All Unemployed Americans for $40,000 Each

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has offered his own $804 billion jobs plan that calls on the federal government to hire the nation’s 15 million unemployed Americans for jobs paying roughly $40,000 each, and bail out all the states and cities facing budget crises.

Read more: www.foxnews.com...



posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 10:46 AM
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Originally posted by easynow

Wow this is kinda bizarre



Rep. Jesse Jackson Calls on Government to Hire All Unemployed Americans for $40,000 Each

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has offered his own $804 billion jobs plan that calls on the federal government to hire the nation’s 15 million unemployed Americans for jobs paying roughly $40,000 each, and bail out all the states and cities facing budget crises.

Read more: www.foxnews.com...



Its not his money.............................I say go for it. Does it include full health benefits,and a full pension plan,after 30 years?



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