[QUOTE=coolcolors;2570636]Funny the last 8 years of rubber stamping did nothing for reducing the taxes already. Resulted in nothing bust lost jobs going overseas and shell companies and outsourcing remember someone from the last 8 years said it was good to OutSource the American jobs… [/QUOTE]
When did the corporate tax rate get cut a decent amount those eight years? If you own a business or run one and see that keeping manufacturing in the USA will send you into bankruptcy the choice to move it overseas is a matter of survival. You are complaining about the problem but proposing no solutions.
[QUOTE=coolcolors;2570636]Yeah, like the Bush tax cuts helped spur economic growth…more like spurr outsourcing the needed american jobs went overseas. Yeah like the No Child Left behind left behind the funding…like all hollow promises that were never fullfilled…[/QUOTE]
I don’t know where you were during Bush’s terms but you didn’t pay attention. The Bush tax cuts kept unemployment in the low 4% range for nearly all his time in office. They also got the economy through the shock of 9-11 and the recession we were in when he took office. Remember the dot-com bubble that burst at the end of Clinton’s last term. Bush sure wasn’t perfect but he had a good economic record. Had the Democrats not stopped the reform of Freddie and Fannie he proposed in his FIRST term the mortgage meltdown would have likely been prevented. Don’t believe me? Watch the video.
[QUOTE=coolcolors;2570636]Another bad analogy again…China is Government control at the highest levels and lowest level so your comparison to shrink government is ironic at best for this analogy. They beat us at our own game cause this society wanted cheap products rather then pay for quality goods.[/QUOTE]
They beat us at our own game because our government lets them by excessive taxation and regulation. Once again you complain about the problem and never give a solution.
[QUOTE=coolcolors;2570636]So WE all contributed to this problem. This didn’t just happen overnight on Obama watch. So the blame should be looking at each of us in the Mirror everyday we wake up.[/QUOTE]
We buy Chinese goods for two reasons. One is they are less expensive because their government isn’t near the burden on business as the US Government. The second is we can’t manufacture all the goods we consume. How much do you want to pay for a pair of underwear? A pair of tube socks? If we made all our own consumables the inflation rate would be sky high. Once again, you complain about the problem but give no solutions.
[QUOTE=coolcolors;2570636]China Government Grows and Grows and you talk about shrinking our government … that’s so ironic you talk about shrink government and China Government grows and grows and their economic growth is monsterous…and ours is just pathetic…[/QUOTE]
China’s government isn’t growing and growing. It is their economy! Do you understand the basic economic fundamentals at work? Our government grows larger and taxes us more and more while our economy barely grows if at all. China’s economy is growing by leaps and bounds and at a far faster pace than their government. It is our pathetic government that is the cause of our anemic economic performance. Get the government off our backs and the USA’s private sector will economically kick the Chinese’s ass up one side and down the other.