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I named my business "Business Zooks" for some of the same reasons other odd names were chosen. I like using a "Z", two "oo's" and the "K" - plus it is a one syllable name that is fun to say! And whenever people see my business name they ask me about it - which gives me a chance to talk about my new business!
Look at it this way under romney and Ryan These companies will get larger with more tax cuts and welfare. They will kill, maim, and injure more people because of relaxed rules and regulations, and they will hire fewer people because there will be no incentive to hire. Why hire more people when you can work the ones you have to death or mental breakdown, pay the ones you have less or offer raises less often because that would raise you taxes that the government under Republicans would make you pay less of. When one dies or quits hire another.
Before Reagan when the taxes on the wealthy were 90%, we were still the mots powerful company on the planet by far. The only way business and the wealthy could make money was to GROW their companies and businesses. That meant spending money to expand and expand by hiring many more people. There was a deduction per employee. A deduction for newer physical plants or major refits of older ones. When Reagan reduced their taxes by almost 60%, they quickly figured out that we can make 3 times the money with only one third the people and still get to use all these loopholes without building newer plants!
This country has been in one financial crisis of scandal since then. Markets have been volatile, and most medium sized and small companies have been devoured by the big ones! Hell we don;t even manufacture TV's in this country anymore. The country that invented it! Those millions of jobs went with it! It wasn't the average American that sent the technology and jobs overseas!
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