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Newt tries to redeem himself

October 22, 2009

after upsetting many with his endorsement of the GOP candidate in the NY-23 race.

From Forbes.com today

A Clarion Call For Jobs
Five tax changes that would bring work to America.

(…) With 21 straight months of job loss and more than 15 million people out of work, there is clearly a desperate need for policies that create jobs.

(…)

To get the economy growing again, the country would be wise to learn from President Reagan.

(…)

We need real job growth, and the following five very bold tax changes focused on small businesses and manufacturing companies should be at the top of President Obama’s list.

  • A Two-Year, 50% Cut in Payroll Taxes.
  • Abolish the Capital Gains Tax.
  • Reduce the Corporate Tax Rate.
  • Permanently Eliminate the Death Tax.
  • Incentives for Small Business Investment.

This five-step plan for creating jobs would have an immediate effect by putting spendable income in the hands of American workers and helping small businesses and manufacturers compete in the world market.

I support all these steps but there needs to be more done to bring manufacturing jobs back to the US. I don’t know what that would be unfortunately.

As for redemption I don’t know if this will do it but itshould make people feel a little better.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 26, 2009 7:37 am

    Same old, same old. If he wants to “redeem” himself, then he needs to get off the global warming scam, support conservative candidates, REPUDIATE liberal ones, and ACT like a conservative.

    Or, he can just be a “mainstream” Republican that continues to give lip service to the conservatives. Its not about “tax cuts” anymore. Its about REDUCING the power of the federal government and getting it out of the personal lives of the populace.

    Who cares about tax cuts if Republicans continue spending like Democrats?

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