Posted: 8/6/2012 5:28:42 PM
1.) Stop scaring small businesses ..get rid of Obamacare.,,
Small businesses have no basis to be scared of Obamacare. There is nothing that prevents the business from passing on whatever percentage of the costs of insurance to the employee. Nothing.
2.) Reduce federal spending as a share of GDP to 20%—its pre-crisis average—by 2016...dramatically reducing policy uncertainty over the need for future tax increases, thus increasing business and consumer confidence....
How? What is being cut? Will those cuts offset the hawkish foreign policy that Romney intends on enacting.
3.) Reform the nation's tax code to increase growth and job creation. ............. reduce individual marginal income tax rates across the board by 20%, while keeping current low tax rates on dividends and capital gains...
The Governors dramatic plan would also reduce the corporate income tax rate—the highest in the world—to 25%.
In addition, he would broaden the tax base to ensure that tax reform is revenue-neutral.
What on the tax code reformation will increase growth and job creation? And while the tax basis for corportations might be higher than some countries, actual corporation tax payments are among the lowest (based on the allowance of corporate tax credits). What does your savior intend on doing about this?
4.) Reform entitlement programs to ensure their viability. The Romney plan would gradually reduce growth in Social Security and Medicare benefits for more affluent seniors and give more choice in Medicare programs and benefits to improve value in health-care spending. It would also block grant the Medicaid program to states to enable experimentation that might better serve recipients.
Really? Sounds amazing. How will this be done?
5.)Make growth and cost-benefit analysis important features of regulation. The governor's plan would remove regulatory impediments to energy production and innovation that raise costs to consumers and limit new job creation. He would also work with Congress toward repealing and replacing the costly and burdensome Dodd–Frank legislation and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
What regulatory impediments to energy production so you speak?