QUOTE AUTHOR GOES HEREit's the Americans who need reality check.
Sorry, it's you who needs the reality check.
RRButch1. 8 years of deregulation and inflation due to Republican, instead of building up economy, he burried it in debt as evident by the collapse of the market and housing before even dems could pass any legislations
Completely false. The market was operating just fine. Everything went under once politicians, mainly comprised of democrats who initiated but also joined by Bush, decided to require that fannie and freddie push into more subprime lending in order to increase more home-ownership diversity and help lower-income people have "affordable" housing. The banks then took advantage of the fact that they were backed by taxpayer dollars if they were ever to go under. It was a "win win", "nothing to lose" situation for the banks. If the government had not interfered to begin with, the bubble and subsequent housing bust never would have happened. So get your facts straight.
RRButch2. given, we are in a recession. however puny minds failed to see what obama is advocating as far as "laying foundation" for better economical status, locally and internationally. Shall I elaborate?
NO, Obama's whole agenda was and still is destructive to the American dream. It's all about punishing hard work, redistributing money to people who never earned it, higher taxes, requiring people who have to pay for the health care of those who have not. It's anti-capitalistic, pure and simple, and when this happens the incentives are lost and the economy continues to get worse and worse and worse.
Healthy People = Healthy Working Class = Healthy Business = More Money
Nonsense. Free healthcare only encourages laziness for the people who already can't afford it and it burdens the people who are the job-makers. Where did you get these totally unrealistic ideas?
Green Revolution Vs. Corporations:
The future if other progressive nations is invested in Green Technology.
Replacing Industrialization by Green Techs, infrastructure actually would bolster economical growth, job creation, investments, and environmental protection. Of course, big corporations and lobbyists wouldn't want their money disintegrate with their oils
You have to create incentives, that's all. Capitalism doesn't work with punishing, it only drives business overseas.
Just fine those who seek amnesty $5000 each + Immigration Fees + Lawyer Fees. Then do the math of how many illegal immigrants are here who wouldn't come forward otherwise = BILLIONS of Government Revenue enough to pay some debts
Of course, it only applies to those with NO Criminal records.[/quote]
So in another 10 years we just do the same thing over again? Why even have immigration standards period? And how would you enforce all of this? Do you think the illegals are going to come forward, especially when they already have no money and are already being subsidized indirectly with taxpayer dollars for schooling and foodstamps for their now "legal" children?
RRBUtchE3. classic example of impatience american who wants "quick fixes"
Economy is bad, took 8 years to derail it, and now everyone want's to fix it in
two years, if it ain't got fix, we turning against the other direction. Classic american, I want it done and I want it now. Tho, reps hadn't offered any concrete plans on how to fix, during (8 years) and neither after...
The entire DIRECTION Obama wanted to go is wrong for economic growth, it's bad for business, it's hurtful to a system that should be rewarding hard work rather than laziness.