Compared to the economy in 2007 it's doing well. There's nowhere to go but up.
It takes effect July 1st it already passed. Nothing will happen apart from a lot more revenue coming into the country and companies will finally not be able to cheat the IRS and the american public by 'hiding' their money offshore. And the economy will not collapse. (http://www.snopes.com/politics/conspiracy/hr2847.asp)
Yes to the pipelines, refineries, coal, more drilling in more places, and more fracking Less regulation, This would not only vastly improve the economy but it would improve national security by making us more able to leave the religious fanatic freaks alone in the Middle east.
We get less than 15% of our oil from the middle east and most is from our "ally" Saudi Arabia. If we stopped exporting all our gasoline and oil we wouldn't need to buy any from them. Secondly, if the oil and energy was being used here instead of milked like a cow for foreign investors maybe just MAYBE the american public would benefit, but as it stands now the only people who would benefit from the pipeline is other countries and oil companies.
1. Building modern infrastructure creates jobs and stimulates the U.S. economy
- 2. Taxes paid by TransCanada provide counties much-needed revenue to pay for infrastructure.
3. Supports U.S. manufacturing
4. Keystone XL Pipeline enhances energy security.
5. Keystone XL supports energy independence.
Fixing economies is what causes all the trouble.
We can fix it. More "serfs,slaves,etc."
Should be...yes. Can be....no, not with all of the greedy companies and corrupt government.
Yes, it could be fixed if we stop voting in career politicians and vote in working class people with good business experience.
I think it can be tweaked.
i think it should, just dont know if they can
The entire country thinks so, this is old news
Its deep down the rabbit hole But It is possible but very unlikely
It can and should be fixed. It will once Obama is gone