March 13th, 2009

Blind Leading the Deaf

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Don’t Culver and Obama remind you of Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder in this scene in See No Evil, Hear No Evil? It sure seems like what Obama does the Big Lug does…just at a smaller scale. Too bad what they are both doing is the opposite of what should be done.

I’m not one to think those on the other side of the aisle are trying to tear this country down but I’m starting to wonder if I might be wrong. Any businessman knows to create jobs you must make it easier for businesses to make money. And before I go further, there is a difference in creating jobs and creating work. Throwing money into an economy on make work projects only creates work.

Back to Culver’s stimulus plan. Nowhere in there is a tax cut. This is ridiculous. As a state our tax policy for businesses is 2nd to last in the nation. I like Iowa but if I were to start a business anywhere in the Midwest, Iowa would be the last place to do it. Culver and Obama can’t seem to understand that businesses are started for one thing – to make money. When it is harder to do that in this state over any other state, we can’t expect to provide more jobs.

Also, if we provide our businesses with tax cuts they can grow their businesses. That’s another thing Culver and Obama can’t get figured out. Very few businesses want to stay the same size. Almost all want to grow – with our current tax code, growing is not much of an option. Sadly, one of the simplest descriptions of this is found here.

Presidents and governors have all the information they want at their fingertips. There is no reason to not look at South Dakota or other states with business friendly conditions. Look to those states for leadership. Don’t look to our federal government where absolutely nothing is working. That’s just plain stupid!

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