From the takeover of Detroit and the failed stimulus packages to the enactment of Obamacare, the president and congressional Democrats chose to use Americas economic crisis as an excuse to expand government rather than as an opportunity to responsibly shrink it.
Canada is in budgetary deficit now only because of the recession, only because of stimulus measures, and we will come out of it. We will go back into surplus position when the economy recovers. So there is no need in Canada to raise taxes.
If, if more stimulus means more tax cuts to small businesses, if, if more stimulus means middle class tax cuts, then I'm for it.
I supported the stimulus package.
Long before folks fretted the demise of 'quantitative easing,' I fretted its existence. It proved the reverse of its image, an antistimulus, and we've done okay not because of it, but despite it.
What do you think a stimulus is? It's spending - that's the whole point! Seriously.
Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.
Yes. We do think that the stimulus package is raising GDP and raising employment relative to what would have happened otherwise.
Pausing between stimulus and response allows you to show up in your life.
Stimulus spending, permanent bailouts, government takeovers, and federal mandates have all failed our nation. America's employers are afraid to invest in an economy racked with uncertainty over what Washington's next set of rules, regulations, mandates, and tax hikes will look like.
Between stimulus and response, there is a space where we choose our response.
Adversity is a stimulus.
There is no stimulus like that which comes from the consciousness of knowing that others believe in us.
Real economic stimulus comes from real investment.
The failed stimulus, along with Obamacare's long list of failures, show what happens when Congress passes laws in a rush.
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