Monday, September 27, 2010

David Hall offers views on job creation

By Bill Theobald • TENNESSEAN WASHINGTON BUREAU • September 27, 2010

Republican challenger David Hall, Goodlettsville: Would not have voted for the stimulus legislation because he believes it intrudes on what the private sector should do. Supports extending the Bush tax cuts, at least until the economy stabilizes. He said the first step to building jobs is to get the federal government's finances in order, which would provide businesses with the sense of stability they need to expand, hire new employees or take other calculated risks that would benefit the economy.(link)

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1 comment:

  1. It is a mistake to encourage additional taxes of any kind as they encourage government, which cannot help itself, to spend more money. Cooper is a Pelosi clone and Hall may want to rethink his idea that the "Bush tax cuts" might be rescinded once the economy improves. Conservatives are loooking for ways to continually reduce taxes and reduce government spending.