Jobs for America: Ideas that made America great

Posted By on March 10, 2014

For a country that should have a robust economy, we’re not showing it when looking at the employment numbers or the average family’s purchasing power (link Gallup).

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The U.S. Payroll to Population employment rate (P2P), as measured by Gallup, continued its recent decline in January, dropping to 42.0% from 42.9% in December. This is the lowest level for P2P since March 2011, when it was 41.9%.

Eventually voters are going to realize that President Obama’s “hope and change” ideas of more borrowing, spending, monstrous national debt, higher taxes, heavy regulations, reduced liberty and bigger government isn’t what made America great. Rather that dividing the country on multiple issues as the Obama administration resorts to, why not take a page from John F. Kennedy playbook? Presidential candidate Kennedy said in 1960, “a rising tide lifts all boats” while talking about the economy to blue collar Canton, Ohio.

Here’s a start … how about listening to a few ideas being discussed by moderate and sensible Ohio Senator Rob Portman? He shared 7 ideas in a GOP address which has bipartisan support and WILL make a difference. We need jobs and clearly what the liberal Democrats and Obama administration have tried is failing to bring prosperity to our country. Let’s apply some commonsense America.

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