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No bailout and lower business taxes for small medium and large corporations. Raise import taxes. Lower Export Taxes Pour capital into innovative product expansion and provide tax credits to businesses that provide american made goods that are currently imported. Create a bank Divestment law that rules out foreign currencies max exit. Use current bank bailout money that has been credited to banking establishments to insure current real estate. Continue massive restructuring of credit, lending, and trade based laws. Give back states rights to allow for differential economies. Pray What is it missing? what do you like? what don't you like?
"Oh yeah the WHY?" Because we are currently suffering a crisis of global need. Who needs america? We don't make anything. We aren't cheaper. We consume massively. We are living off of others like homeless people. Praying on their intentions with the hopes of recovery in the forefront of our request. However any help that is given will only be spent on a furthering of our losing lifestyle. You can't pay someone to make them not be homeless. THEY HAVE TO BECOME A BENEFIT TO SOCIETY>
Why lower business taxes? To inspire more businesses, including other countries, to use america Why charge higher importation taxes? Be we need to create a NEED for a GDP. We need to make things Why is government spending bad? Because it is borrowed money that ties the hands of our government when action is required. 5% of our bank/governments money is tied up in middle east oil money alone. Thanks to (Our great credit liquidity provided by Ronald Reagan) Those economics don't work anymore.
Raising import tariffs (essentially protectionism) would likely have the effect of ruining the economies of those who export to America and if they are ruined, they won't be buying any American products in return. Of course, if America was to concentrate on its domestic market instead of trying to have a world market for its goods, then perhaps. The thing is, there would be a change in lifestyle required, and I don't believe American corporations are willing to cooperate with national govt, because the truth is, they are almost independent of national government; they are subsidized to remain the engine of profit for whomever is willing to accommodate their demands. Every time business taxes are cut, their resulting extra profits are never ploughed back into the economy and tax revenue is always depleted, leading to the government having to get it from people who can't really afford it. The constant complaint that business has for being taxed is curiously matched by their willingness to accept tax money subsidies and government assistance when things go bad. If you consider that Reagan's first term was a spending term (twice the amount of the Carter admin) and that this most likely liquidated the economy enough to allow for credit liberalization, it's clear that government spending is not the evil it is made out to be, only excessive, wasteful spending is, e.g. the Iraq war). Credit liberalization has three times been behind an economic downturn, so the control of that is a good thing. The major problem of the last 30 years has been thinking of the economy as one controlled by money supply and price stability, and these things only. Also the change of the economy to one of almost entirely service or semi-service industries, rather than useful manufacture. Obsession with growth with no regard for why and how, is another. All in all, it strikes me as an American-centric view of a global problem. National economies are no longer the thing they were, even 25 years ago. edit - I'm not a fan of credit anarchy or of Ronald Reagan. I'd like to see an economy that isn't floating on unpaid credit debt, I also believe that letting business have a totally free hand and a low tax bonanza is the road to ruin, as it has been consistently.
You can't pay someone not to be homeless??? Well, that may be true in a small percentage of mentally disturbed homeless, but with so many new homeless, I think you could pay them and they'd be happy to get off the streets. They might prefer a job, but giving shelter to their kids would be a blessing. Try looking at this: Hampton Cove Times article says a shelter took in 86 families in three weeks (Dec. 2008) vs. 20 families during a much longer period in the winter of 2007-2008. really don't think you are seeing the larger picture. My friend told me that government spending accounts for 20 percent of the US economy. Slashing government spending doesn't seem to be the right answer, either. However, spending that government money on lasting projects of value and worth (my jr. high was built by the WPA, and it's still standing) could be a very good way to goose the economy. Business needs to figure out how to offer better products and make higher prices palatable to the consumers.
I dont quite understand the first part of it, as i dont follow that stuff much, but i like the additional details part of it. I'm going to think twice now before i give money out to charities for homeless people - i think they would be better off with a job than the money