One camp wants to set us free in this election, which do you think it is?

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The uncertainty over this administration’s fiscal and regulatory policies have business owners sitting on their thumbs:

Steven Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts, said on Monday that he was sitting on his thumbs with over a billion dollars tied up because he was unsure what government program the Obama administration would unveil next, and stressed that he was “afraid of the president.”

As we’ve heard time and time again, the anticipation of the upcoming fiscal cliff we face on 1/1 if this administration stays in power has frightened the masses and stalled job growth in America.  We are seeing the painful reaction is different scenarios:

1) Many companies are laying off employees due to the expected tax increases 1/1.  Take a look at the new 21 healthcare tax increases in addition to the expiration of the current tax cuts for details.

2) Companies are telling their employees what this election will mean for their jobs, salaries, benefits and the ability of the business to keep the doors open and pleading for them to do some research on the candidates.

3) The largest CEO’s polled said they are hurting due to this administrations policies, are concerned about their ability to keep the doors open given the upcoming tax code changes, and 55% say they would not start a business today given what they know now and in the current environment.

“The slowdown in manufacturing is real, and the uncertainty costs associated with the fiscal cliff are mounting,” said Diane Swonk, chief economist at Mesirow Financial Inc. in Chicago. “I am hearing a lot more pessimism than I did a year ago. We could easily see some weaker job figures prior to the end of the year.”

In the past several weeks, female voters have been much more engaged and outspoken in the election and are increasingly concerned about the deficit and debt issues.  Women who are finding it harder and harder to balance their family’s checkbook and stretch a dollar these days are leaning towards Romney as he explains his economic policy and plans to get America’s engine running again.

We were appalled at VP Biden’s behavior at the VP debate last week.  Not only did we find Biden rude and disrespectful to the serious issues our country faces, we found Ryan’s principles to be in line with the ones our parents taught us that we strive to teach our children:

 Mr. Biden focused on programs; Mr. Ryan emphasized economic growth and personal responsibility. Here was Mr. Ryan: “We want everybody to succeed. We want to get people out of poverty, in the middle class, onto a life of self-sufficiency. We believe in opportunity and upward mobility. That’s what we’re going to push for in a Romney administration.”

American’s of all sex, race, income brackets, countries of origin political parties are waking up the the reality of this election.  It is not about (R) or (D), red or blue, this election is about fixing the state of our economy and fiscal house.  There are two camps we have heard from and will continue to hear from tonight, please tune in.  One camp wants to set us free so we can succeed and achieve whatever goals we have for ourselves and our families.  They want to balance the budget, stop runaway spending at the federal level and let us keep the money we earn so we can create more jobs here in America so we can all achieve to whatever level we desire.  They believe in limiting the government WE created and elected by the constitution WE created and ratified in order to protect our God given rights.

Which team do you think that is?

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