September 2011
Ausmarine;Sep2011, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents suggestions from the author on how U.S. President Barack Obama can address America's struggling economy. One suggestion is to simply work hard and restrain spending money. Another is to cut down rules and regulations and the people enforcing the rules in order to get more money into the economy and motivate the workforce, small businesses and family businesses. It is also suggested to offer the citizens visions of hope instead of scaring them with taxes and poor decisions.


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