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How soon can we expect to see economic change if Romney is elected?

  1. RichusFridum profile image60
    RichusFridumposted 4 years ago

    Its pretty clear that the economy is the chief concern in this election and Gov Romney claims to have an agenda that will get us moving in the right direction. So if he has the right idea about things how fast will this stabilizing methods actually take root?

    1. Xenonlit profile image61
      Xenonlitposted 4 years ago in reply to this

      We don't know! He is a habitual liar who has said nothing of substance or stuck to one program this entire campaign season. Empty chairs come to mind and an underground economy does, too.

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      JaxsonRaineposted 4 years ago in reply to this

      The proper changes would have us seeing drastic results within the first year. And I'm talking drastic.

      With the right energy policy and regulations, we could drive the price of gas down to $1.50. Lower gas = more economic activity, lower prices for just about everything, and in the end, more jobs.

      With the right tax policy, we could see anywhere from 5% to 10% growth in GDP in one year. Just a simple change to our tax code, and our economy would be booming.

      While the implications of new laws and regulations and changes can take years to fully realize, the effects happen much sooner. Businesses don't operate only on the current environment, they have to be concerned about the future. Prices of commodities and stocks operate almost 100% on future expectations.

  2. knolyourself profile image61
    knolyourselfposted 4 years ago

    Move to China where Bain Capital outsources jobs and your economy may become stabilized.

    1. Askme profile image85
      Askmeposted 4 years ago in reply to this

      yea well at least Bain Capital does not expect the taxpayers to pick up the slack if they go bust like Obama's Solyndra  loans of $90.3 million. 

      Here is an interesting article about how Obama outsources jobs-no mentions this in the liberal press:
      http://townhall.com/columnists/briandar … page/full/

  3. kathleenkat profile image90
    kathleenkatposted 4 years ago

    I'll be the first one not to troll, here...

    Any change to economic policy will only cause noticeable economic change after a few years. Nothing is instant; money takes time to move around.

    1. Uninvited Writer profile image83
      Uninvited Writerposted 4 years ago in reply to this

      That's funny smile