Jobless Americans Need Small Businesses to Stay in Business
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We’re one voice speaking to the jobless people in America. We understand the feelings of defeat, failure and worry which the unemployed and underemployed go through every day; but this pain too often goes unnoticed behind monthly jobs reports.
There needs to be real change. Small businesses—the backbone of the American Dream—need to be supported and nurtured, not regulated to being strangulated.
Remember the meaning of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
Obama's policies haven't changed George Bush's policies; they've only increased the problem of strapping small businesses to an impossible set of regulatory practices.
How can small businesses bringing in $250K a year possibly stay in business with the new rules for providing health care for their employees? They can’t. The numbers won’t add up. They will shutter their doors.
How can doctors who symbolize small business continue to offer specialized individual attention to their patients when they can’t keep up with the reams of daily paperwork and increased fees from the government? They can’t. The numbers won’t add up. They will shutter their doors.
A recent survey of 699 physicians across the country showed a whopping 83% are willing to leave the profession if Obamacare is fully enforced. Never mind the fact Obamacare has already implemented sweeping changes in the health care system forcing businesses to increase premiums, increase deductibles, and reduce amount of care.
Who will be left standing? The billion dollar companies and the government. And make no mistake, if they are heavily fined enough the billion dollar companies will eventually leave the U.S..
If this is okay with everyone, then there should be no conflict. Just accept the fact and become part of the system.
But we believe most of us Americans want to make our own decisions about our personal lives with as little government intrusion as possible. We believe a free market is a good market for everyone including the poorest among us.
Thus, we need to start with our individual voices and make the masses aware of the direction we’re headed. We must stop the hyper-regulatory train we’re on.