Job Growth

The present economic plan will NOT work.

An unhealthy environment cannot be stimulated.

Job growth depends on a healthy nation


Definition of a Parasite:

A Parasite is an organism that lives on or in a different kind of organism (the host) from which it gets some or all of its nourishment.

Parasites are generally harmful to their hosts, although the damage they do ranges widely from minor inconvenience to debilitating or fatal disease.


When a parasite is small and feeding off the host there is minor harm to the host and In some situation a parasite, when properly checked, can actually aid it's host.    But once the parasite grows and multiplies it demands more from the host than the host can physically supply.   That is when the host begins to suffer.  If the parasite growth is left unchecked it will usually kill the host and  itself as well.


Government is a Parasite:

This is what is happening in America today.  Government regulations, controls, licensing, fees, fines,  and taxes are the parasites method of feeding off the host.  The host in this case is the US economy and its people. 

History has proven this to be true.  Governments often fail when they suck the life's blood out of the people they were designed to serve.  We are in an era when many governments from all over the globe have begun to work together.  We are witnessing one of those rare times in history where governments around the world are growing beyond their hosts ability to sustain them at the same time.  Because of this, the world as a whole is suffering from this unsustainable growth of government.

To turn our economy around we must check the parasite and restrict it to a size that is   sustainable.   The first nation which makes these adjustments will see a remarkable growth in their economic base.


If we are that first Nation, then business and industry will return to the United States in order to thrive and prosper rather than stay in a country where they are being drained of their life sustaining assets.


The solution to creating more jobs is creating a healthy productive environment where the host can thrive.   This means we must reduce tax burdens, eliminate bureaucratic burdens and controls that  regulate serve little purpose. 


Another example: 

Think of a tomato plant that has been in the greenhouse too long.  It  begins to yellow and decline as it becomes root bound.  Imagine taking  that root bound plant from its container and placing it in the garden where it has the freedom to grow.  That plant will use that freedom to nurture itself and will in a short time explode with fresh new growth.