Sunday, May 24, 2015

Why the recovery remains sluggish

“Whereas jobs are the first priority for most Americans, the Administration’s regulatory and legislative agenda has had the effect of reducing jobs rather than creating them. Energy and environmental regulation, new financial legislation, the new health care law, and proposed tax increases all serve to drive jobs abroad rather than foster domestic growth.”

If you look at the recovery from the Depression of the 1930s, particularly 1937 when a “2nd” recession kicked in the the implementation of Social Security, you see the same Democrat pattern, regardless of who is president.  More regulations, more taxes, more taking advantage of a crisis to work in a social program.  Kill it when it starts to breath.

Regulatory barriers to employment

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