Thursday, February 2, 2012

To All Job Creators: Get To Work (part 4)

…uh oh, this is a call for the Job Creators!

American Airlines plans to cut 13,000 jobs—and do other bad things like terminating its pension program and health care benefits for retirees—as it works through bankruptcy.

American Airlines plans to cut 13,000 jobs

Proctor & Gamble plans to cut 1,600 of its non-manufacturing jobs after announcing earlier it would outsource 2,700 merchandising jobs.

P&G dumps 1,600 jobs to cut costs

Apparently no job creators have stepped forward so far to create 17,300 jobs to offset this splendidly strategic cost-cutting by AA and P&G…..or did I miss that announcement?

It's prime time for the job creators. Politics shouldn't be getting in the way. A lot of powerful people should take their eyes off the presidential race, and focus on getting down to business.

Right now, taxes on businesses---including the elusively-defined small businesses---are the lowest they've been in decades.

We all know business taxes haven't been raised since the financial collapse more than three years ago.

The cable news talking heads keep citing "uncertainty," but we all know that doggone "uncertainty" has been steadily decreasing in recent years.

Memo to all job creators: What's stopping you? Create some of those jobs today! Let everybody know about it!

My previous posts about job creators:

Job Creators, get to work! (part 3)

Step up, job creators

that job thingey, part 2

Job Creators, where are you?


  1. Didn't I just read the that "enlighten one" was cutting corporate taxes from 35% to 28%? Wow! And that the Republican candidates want to cut the taxes To 25%; 15%; and 12.5% guess we need to vote for Ron Paul.

  2. I think a political predisposition is peeking through, here....