Unemployment Battle Part 14 The Revenge

site rencontre gothique November 30th is a momentous day. That’s the day that the current extension of unemployment benefits runs out and people that have been out of work long term will start seeing their money dry up.  For many who are working normally, this is seen as a great benefit as the government has spent something along the lines of $319 billion on this particular benefit. 

http://inter-actions.fr/bilobrusuy/2961 The issue is not that people that are out of work are lazy and don’t want a job.  The issue is that there are few jobs available for the many that are looking.  Over and over we are hearing stories about people that have been out of work for more than a year, sometimes more than two years.  It’s sad and it’s a result of the current state of the economy. 

chica heavy busca chico The fix for all of this is a lot more complex than just turning the unemployed loose without help.  If that were done, the economy itself would see even greater trouble than we were already in.  Homes would be foreclosed on left and right.  Cars repossesed at a blistering pace.  People would be on the streets and not just people that choose to be, but hard working people that simply want to work to support their family.

click this site While jobs were never a guarantee, the freedom to pursue happiness was a guarantee.  We need to create the atmosphere where people can pursue their dreams.  That means working on things that will spur business and increase investment.  So I believe that the answer is in doing a couple of things.  First, we must continue benefits for the unemployed.  That’s not a popular position with conservatives, but I think we could swallow the pill if we found a way to pay for it.  That could be done through usused stimulus funds that were passed but never used.  Second, we need to cut taxes for everyone.  This is not just a tax cut extension like what’s being discussed in Congress right now, but an actual cut so you get to keep more of what you make every week.  With more money in the economy, there will be more investment, more demand and more jobs.  Once jobs are created, there will be less and less need for unemployment extensions.

femme cherche mariage algerien The problems that we have can’t be solved by just cutting spending.  They can’t be solved by just extending benefits ad nauseum.  It’s going to take a multi focused effort and cooperation from both parties to get us out of the mess we are in.  Pointing fingers and casting blame has done nothing for us for the last couple of years.  It’s time to step up and do something bold that solves our problems and puts Americans back to work.  It won’t happen overnight, but if we work together, it will happen quicker than we can imagine.

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