President Obama’s State of the Union Address
I was just on TV the other day with Neil Cavuto of Fox Business. What we talked about was Obama’s call this past Tuesday to add more government spending, even for what seemed like a very good purpose. You can watch it here. It’s about 5 minutes long.
Unemployment today is way too high, and it is devastating millions of American families.
Currently, 11 million Americans are still unemployed; 4 million of those for longer than 6 months. Plus, 14 million more Americans are on food stamps today than 5 years ago.
The President’s economic policies—Obamanomics–are those that spend money at the government level instead of creating jobs in the private sector. This has resulted in him destroying the true jobs and therefore obliterating the employment of millions of Americans.
Now, his fantasy economic theory encourages people to depend even more on government by his proposal to extend unemployment insurance. And it’s destroying the middle class.
It’s taking away the opportunity for the kids and those in their 20s.
It’s suffocating entrepreneurs and businesses—the ones who can create jobs.
We don’t need to add to the debt. We don’t need more government programs that take money from the job creators and give it as a political handout. These handouts create dependency.
Unemployment benefits only delay reality. Extended denial of hope is not the answer.
Owners of businesses want to create jobs, and they can quickly and powerfully release the energy of the free market to create jobs if given the opportunity.
We can eliminate the needless pain experienced by millions right now because of the unemployment and restore a growing economy.
We need to concentrate on job growth, creating new businesses and new opportunities. Reduce job-killing taxes and regulations. Repeal Obamacare.
Obama wants us to buy the big lie that government is good and helpful. But it destroys freedom, personal responsibility and economic growth.
If you want to dig deeper into this subject, watch the TV interview I did this week on Neil Cavuto.
What do you think of the extension of unemployment insurance? Let me know email@example.com.