If you want to keep your job, vote for Romney.
Many of the ever increasing Dependency on Government class may not vote. Why? 1 – Traditional Democrats are less enthused in 2012 compared with 2008. 2 – Many are unemployed – approximately 15% counting those who left labor force or work part time but desire full time. Still it will be very difficult to beat BO and his Alinsky tactics. His blatant lies fool many people such as the latest lie that Mitt caused a woman to die from cancer. Therefore it is imperative that we aggressively encourage those not in the Dependency on Government class to vote against the Left (BO and most Democrats).
My current main point of persuasion is: if you want to keep your job do not vote for BO or Menendez. Their policies are destroying capitalism, our prime jobs growth engine. Then I provide numerous facts to prove my point. In my industry (Investment Banking), BO’s Dodd Frank bill is destroying many jobs whose role was to initiate and facilitate new self sustaining companies and jobs. But then The Left despises the private economy with an extreme religious like zeal. Read about the role the so called ‘stimulus’ (really a misnomer) played; it’s main goal was to shift investment $ from provate sector to thepublic to starve the private economy. Work for a private company? Then heed the following:
The ‘stimulus’ main priority was to destroy capitalism. IBD sheds more insight about this:
and some more great stats we can use about dependency on government:
Two recent excellent books that explain impact of the Left to the economy (and how to remedy) are:
Senator Tom Coburn’s ‘The Debt Bomb: Bold Plan to Stop Washington from Bankrupting America’
Dennis Prager’s ‘Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph’
Should Romney win let’s hope he follows Senator Coburn’s pro market solutions so we can grow our economy at a normal 3% -5% and reduce our debt.
Should BO win I predict a US dollar collapse by the end of 2014 (total debt at $18.5 trillion, GDP no higher than $16 Trillion, with debt at 115% of GDP). By that time our foreign investors will know investing in US debt with another BO term will provide very poor and substantial negative returns. Other investments will be so much more attractive. I warn many people about this but many find this hard to comprehend but I still try….. Too many economic illiterates are dazed watching reality TV and know virtually zilch about our severe economic situation. This is an opportunity for us to address / reverse.
This post above, for the most part, is my response to my good friend Doug Hartlove. His blog is www.returntoexcellence.net.