The Choices for our Economic Future

Choice 1

Continue Our Current Decline

The big corporations and politicians are destroying the American middle class as never before. 

And the working poor, who aspire to join the middle class, are being crushed by our downward spiraling economy.

Our jobs are being sent to China, India, and other third world countries by the big corporations and their political lackeys.  

Also, millions of third world workers have flooded our country, taking jobs from American workers by lowering wages being paid.

By allowing imports to flood our country, the big corporations and politicians are doing what our enemies in World War II, Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany, were unable to do: destroy our factories.

So many factories have closed that we now refer to vast sections of our country as the “rust belt.”

Our industrial heartland once had thousands of factories providing well-paying jobs for millions of American workers. But it is now known as the “rust belt.”

And as bad as “rust belt” sounds, it does not come close to describing  the devastation endured by millions of American men and women who lost their jobs when the factories were closed.

But the “rust belt” has spread from our industrial heartland to all parts of our country as factories continue to close. With additional millions of American workers left without jobs.

Also, millions of recent high school and college graduates are finding it very difficult, if not impossible, to get a job that pays a decent wage. 

And wages are being depressed and driven downward for the remaining jobs in the American economy.

And many of the jobs that remain are being taken by illegal immigrants and visa workers from third world countries and elsewhere.  The invasion of millions of low-wage workers from third-world and other countries is also straining our local social services such as schools and hospitals.

Almost daily we are hearing of budget deficits and cut-backs for our state and local governments caused by increased demand for social services and declining tax revenues from a slowing economy. 

These cut-backs are affecting our schools, police, and fire departments.  Our roads and other infrastructure are in need of repairs.

We are running $1.3 trillion federal deficits, but we still have millions of unemployed American workers.  And millions of other American workers are grateful to get low-paying jobs and part-time jobs.

And the politicians are trying to convince us that we are recovering from the Great Recession, but it is a “jobless recovery.”

A “jobless recovery”?  It is amazing that our politicians can go around talking about a “jobless recovery” with a straight face, considering the absurdity of the concept.

The “stimulus” money spent by our government is NOT providing a sustained recovery that produces millions of new jobs.  And more “stimulus” will not create jobs either, because the money is being sent to China to pay for the imports that we are buying in the stores.

And no, service jobs will not save our economy, despite what our politicians tell us.  We cannot all be service workers. (More about service workers in our FAQ.)

With money being continuously siphoned out of our economy and sent to China, the “stimulus” money is not able to recirculate throughout our economy as intended.

Therefore, we will never have a sustained economic recovery, capable of generating millions of new jobs, as long as imports are flooding our country.

Our country is well on its way to becoming a third-world country with millions of workers permanently unemployed and no hope of ever finding a well-paying job again.

Our short-sighted politicians and corporations are destroying the American Dream for today’s workers, as well as our children and our grandchildren.

But, we are determined to stop this destruction of the American economy!  And we know that a majority of the American people also support our goals.

And we believe that our plan is the only way to bring back millions of well-paying jobs for American workers. We need to contact the millions of Americans who support saving our jobs, but may be looking for a way to do it.

You do not have to answer all the questions that friends may ask you about our Plan to bring our jobs back.  That is what our site is for, to provide the detailed answers to questions about our Plan. Just send them to our site, and we will answer their questions.

If you would like to help us bring all jobs back to America, please go to our Plan and follow the step-by-step guide.

Choice 2

Our New Economic Boom

Under our plan, we will stop all imports of manufactured goods.

Millions of well-paying factory jobs will return to the United States as tens of thousands of factories return from China and other foreign countries.

There will be millions of jobs available in the construction industry as we build new factories and re-open old factories.

Millions of other jobs will be opened to Americans as the illegal immigrant workers leave our country and go home.

Many of these jobs presently held by illegal immigrants will have to pay much more than they presently pay to attract American workers.

No longer will foreign workers drive down wages in our country.

New office jobs will return to America as all the jobs outsourced to India and elsewhere come back to our country.

New factories and re-opened factories will begin hiring workers all across our great country.

The “rust belt” will once again become our industrial heartland as we return our steel industry, tire industry, and auto industry to our country.

Millions of jobs in other industries, such as the electronics, ship-building, consumer products, etc. will return to all parts of the United States.

We will return our computer jobs and engineering jobs back from India and elsewhere. Also, tens of thousands of computer and technical jobs will be available to American workers as we stop allowing foreign H-1B workers to take our jobs.

The closed textile mills will reopen and will once again begin hiring tens of thousands of American workers.

Everything, from shoes to electric power generators, will once again be made in our great country. Solar cells and wind turbines will be made in the US by American workers, not in China.

Our economy and the American workers will enter a new Golden Age of sustained economic growth. With more money in their pockets, American workers will be able to buy more goods and services.

Single moms will be able to afford better child care when they are making $20 per hour, than when they are making $7 per hour.

The thousands of factories brought back from China will pay taxes in the United States, not in China. The tax money will be spent in the United States instead of China.

Instead of building new roads, schools, and infrastructure in China, they will be built in our country.

Schools, police departments, fire departments, and other governmental units will see their budgets increase, instead of decreasing.

With the new factories paying property taxes, residential property taxes should come down in many areas, or at least not increase.

Social Security will also be much stronger after we bring our factories and jobs back from China.

With many workers earning $20-40 per hour instead of $7-12 per hour, much more money will be going into the Social Security Trust Fund, shoring it up for the future.

And with workers earning good salaries, many will be less inclined to take early retirement and begin drawing Social Security at age 62.

There will be more money for health care for the American people.

Many other benefits, too numerous to name here, will accrue to the American workers, the American people, and the American economy.

Newspapers will be filled with stories about the Great Boom, instead of the Great Recession.

But we need to move quickly. If big corporations know that we are serious about stopping imports, they will stop moving factories to China.

And politicians will think twice before passing some sort of amnesty for millions of illegals workers, if they know we are organized and serious about stopping illegal immigrants from taking our jobs.

We need to let the American people know that we are serious about bringing our jobs back to America. You do not have to answer all the questions that friends may ask you about our Plan to bring our jobs back.

That is what our site is for, to provide the detailed answers to questions about our Plan. Just send them to our site, and we will answer their questions.

If you would like to help us bring all jobs back to America, please go to our Plan. We have provided a step-by-step guide for our supporters.

2 Responses to The Choices for our Economic Future

  1. Jonathan on January 3, 2012 at 8:56 am

    You have it exactly right. I wish people would listen.

  2. dan on September 2, 2012 at 10:06 am

    We need to enact many of the same job protection laws as our neighbors in Canada. I live less than half a mile from the border, yet am not allowed to work there. I am a journeyman construction worker, and Canada has a severe shortage in my field. Construction projects in Canada have to be delayed over five years, due to lack of workers! They protect their workers. SO CAN WE!!!

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