If you want a growing economy that does not depend on the State, do not vote for Hillary Clinton. She doesn’t know anything about creating jobs. She said the following in 2014:
“Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses create jobs. You know that old theory, ‘trickle-down economics.’ That has been tried; that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.”
Hillary believes that by taxing corporations at ever higher rates, more jobs will be created. She believes that when the government takes money from corporations in the form of taxes and redistributes that stolen money to people who did not earn it, jobs are created. Does this mean if I steal money from some of my neighbors and redistribute a percentage of that money to some of my other neighbors I would be creating jobs?
Donald Trump and businessmen like him have created more jobs than all the presidents and congressmen combined since the time George Washington took the oath of office. Politicians are mostly an obstacle to job creation because they steal money from wage earners and entrepreneurs and use that stolen money to grow the government, create a permanent dependent class, and ensure future voters to keep them in power. They need dependent people reliant on government to give them a reason for their existence.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar described this form of government as a “necessary evil.” It’s evil, and it’s not necessary. In fact, it’s immoral and counterproductive.