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Business leaders: Obama policies 'job-destroying'

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce slammed President Obama's economic policies Wednesday, saying administration officials "took their eyes off the ball" and "neglected" to focus on job creation.

A letter posted to the business group's site and a summit with 500 business leaders were the latest moves in an ongoing battle between big business and the Obama administration.

The two are at odds over the best way to keep the recovery from slipping into a double-dip recession. The Chamber believes tax cuts are key to job creation. The Obama administration, however, has focused on stimulus and spending to create jobs.

The Chamber said in its letter that the administration "vilified industries while embarking on an ill-advised course of government expansion, major tax increases, massive deficits and job-destroying regulations."

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Added: Jul-20-2010 
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  • That's the intent, it's the entire point. It's one of the most common leftist dysfunctions. Tax and punish successful productive valuable people and business, crush their industry, while wasting tax dollars to create government jobs.

    The reason is that someone who works for the government, with the inflated benefits and total job-security, people will always vote for whomever offers bigger more expensive government.

    Nobody will vote to have themselves downsized. It's how people like Obama esta More..

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  • Business leaders huh... Yea thats like trusting a pedophiles opinion on child care.

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  • The US Chamber of Commerce has emerged as the largest force for lobbying in America. It spent $91.7 million on lobbying in 2008, and $144.5 million in 2009, up from $18.7 million in 2000. The Chamber's lobbying expenditures in 2009 were five times higher than the next highest spender: Exxon Mobil, at $27.4 million.[17] The Chamber had more than 150 lobbyists from 25 different firms working on its behalf in 2009. The major issues that it advocated on were in the categories of torts, government is More..

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  • Back around 1937 or so, Treasury Secretary Morgenthau testified to congress, and I paraphrase, "we spend and spend, but it just isn't working and we don't know why."

    Obama calls himself a student of the Great Depression. And thus he is. A student of its politics, not its economics.

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  • "an ongoing battle between big business and the Obama administration."
    Sounds good to me.
    I love their second suggestion, "restore fiscal health".
    Can't get much more specific than that.

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  • like the pic, says write hope at the bottom LMAO

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  • The FIRST thing the Democrats should have done when BO came is start doing everything they could to create jobs! Instead Obama seems determined to do everything to prevent their creation. A lot of emphasis on the trillion dollar "stimulus" that created almost nothing, that idiotic $3 billion "cash for clunkers" that did nothing more than make a temporary uptick in the auto industry. Plenty of wasted words and money on "green" and "global warming" bullsh More..

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  • Its tea time bitches i hope you like that dark colored tea you motherfuckers drink!

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