The audacity of a dope

Skousen, Jo Ann
June 2009
Liberty (08941408);Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p8
The author reacts to the comment of U.S. President Barack Obama that watching the market is like tracking an opinion poll in politics. She declares that stock market represents real savings, investment and retirement hopes of millions of Americans. She adds that businesses matter because jobs cannot be created and protected by companies that are closing. She cites the grant of tax credits to companies that hire and train new workers as the only true stimulus plan. She says businesses must be allowed to keep their money for economy to start moving again.


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