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Thursday, December 6, 2012

United States; the State of Ohio; Stow and Rockport Colony Condo. Assn.--Fear Not To Grow.


Saying “Fiscal Cliff” Is Taking Sides

The term “fiscal cliff” is a one-sided propaganda phrase that misinforms and triggers public fear and anxiety. The fiscal cliff is not a “cliff” and the country isn’t going to fall off anything at the end of the year. Journalists: don’t help the misinformers — don’t say or write “fiscal cliff.” Congress: when people are [...] READ MORE!!!!

 This is why we have nothing to fear-But Fear, Itself.

Tell Congress We Want Jobs Not Cuts

The statisticians were right about the election. The scientists were right about the weather. And the economists are right about … the economy. 350 economists have signed a letter warning Congress, warning “too many in Washington are fixated on cutting public spending to balance the budget, not on how to put people back to work and get our economy going.  READ MORE!!
 EXCEPT DOMA AND ANTI-CHOICE FUNDING AND THE LIKE.


Jobs First Because Jobs Fix Deficits


What happened to jobs? The pubic wants government to do something about jobs and getting the economy moving, and in DC the only thing is this weird argument about … anything but jobs and getting the economy moving! “Fiscal cliff?” What about jobs? Fixing the economy will fix the debt, not the other way around. [...] READ MORE!!!



 IF Only I can convince my Condo Development of this fact--After all, the previous president ran off with a whole lot of money--If Only there was a way I could convince them--or have the words to share with them--that If we spent the money on Wind Mills near Darrow Lake--Yes, we would go into short term Debt--but as sure as the Sun rises in the East--it would pay for itself and then some. But--too many people are afraid of the short term debt and I get tongue tied when speaking in public, Most Especially when facing an hostile audience.

Government may cause the stagnation. Jesper Koll our guest wrote on Oct 4th 2010, 19:24 GMT. ... if you want to minimise the risks of a Japan-style stagnation, ...

THE most underappreciated risk is not that policy makers do "too little, too late", but that they are doing "too much, too often". In my personal view, a global "lost decade" is getting more likely precisely because we're getting ever increasing government intervention—whether fiscal, financial, or regulatory. The economist and entrepreneur Jean-Baptiste Say put it best: "In times of political confusion, and under arbitrary government, many will prefer to keep their capital inactive, concealed, and unproductive, either of profit, or gratification, rather than run the risk of its display. This latter evil is never felt under good government."
Learning from Japan, regime uncertainty may well be a much bigger problem than generally appreciated. For example, what are private risk-takers and investors to think of the sharp about-turn that just happened: barely three months ago, policy makers were busy signaling "exit strategies" and the need to end big-government spending, while now we're back at listening to increasingly urgent calls for "QE2" and the need for a stepped-up supplementary fiscal boost. Stop-go policymaking reveals not just deep-rooted inconsistencies and the actual inability of policymakers to forecast better than the market. More worryingly, it serves a self-perpetuating dynamic that hides the ever-growing size of public policy intervention in the free economy. Clearspeak: animal spirits are being "crowded out". . . . READ MORE!!!

WE MUST MAKE JOBS--GREEN JOBS-- THE ONE AND ONLY PRIORITY OR ELSE WE WILL BE CAUSING PROBLEMS NOT SOLVING ANY.

AFTER ALL, JOB IN THE DESTRUCTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT ARE  SHORT TERM AT A LONG TERM COST.