Nearly every day successful achievers and industries come under attack and every day hard working Americans lose their jobs as a result.
Instead of attacking businesses that are showing a profit we should learn from them and enjoy the benefits they provide to the communities they serve. We should not be picking winners and losers.
Our Nanny government has decided that they must manage every facet of our lives and the results are beginning to show in a very negative way. When
businesses are forced to spend large amounts of money defending their operation
and hiring additional administrative staff to satisfy unreasonable regulations it
may be time to relocate their business to an area less hostile.
Beacon Hill Democrats led by John Tierney (D) and others voted against repealing Massachusetts Medical Device Tax.
Is this a good time for Massachusetts to be playing Russian roulette with a struggling job market?
According to Massachusetts Medical Device Industries, their exports in Massachusetts have grown at twice the rate as Mass. exports as a
whole, producing 10% of the states total exports.
The world is getting smaller China is watching and waiting. Are we providing an excuse for industries to move their facilities elsewhere?
Beacon Hill is not helping unemployed workers and the numbers of unemployed continue to rise. We punish achievement with higher taxes eventually forcing an industry to relocate. Then we attempt to figure out how to fill that hole the tax increase created. We need to help business succeed by lowering taxes and eliminating unnecessary regulations as other countries do. Leave some of the profits for the employees.
We need a new attitude toward successful people and businesses; they are not our enemies.
Cease confiscating profits through taxation and then moving that taxpayer money to poorly managed companies such as Solyndra.
U.S. companies need a competitive edge. If we lowered taxes and reduced regulations our people will return to work enjoying higher salaries. Companies require profits to attract risk takers into the investment market. Our 401K’s rise and fall with the market. Without investors we will all fail. Improving the
bottom line benefits everyone. What will happen to U.S. companies and the
economy a year from now if more investors move their money to China or into
The job you save may be your own.