Tax cuts, spending restraint and repeal of Obama’s regulatory excesses would mean 12 million new jobs his first term alone.
We are currently in the most anemic economic recovery in the memory of most Americans. Declining consumer sentiment and business concerns over policy uncertainty weigh on the minds of all of us. We must fix our economy’s growth and jobs machine.
We can do this. The U.S. economy has the talent, ideas, energy and capital for the robust economic growth that has characterized much of America’s experience in our lifetimes. Our standard of living and the nation’s standing as a world power depend on restoring that growth.
But to do so we must have vastly different policies aimed at stopping runaway federal spending and debt, reforming our tax code and entitlement programs, and scaling back costly regulations. Those policies cannot be found in the president’s proposals. They are, however, the core of Gov. Mitt Romney’s plan for economic recovery and renewal. Glen Hubbard – Wall Street Journal – Click To Read More…
Mr. Hubbard, dean of Columbia Business School, was chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush. He is an economic adviser to Gov. Romney.
Just because you do not take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take an interest in you.
-Pericles (430 B.C.)
We are down to a very few weeks left before the November election. It’s important to vote and to make informed choices. DSMW