Senator Harry Reid claims: "Millionaire job creators are like unicorns. They are impossible to find and don't exist."

Does anyone believe these claims by the Democrats? Are job creators really as imaginary as "unicorns"? Have Democrats ever heard of Steve Jobs or tens of thousands of other businessmen? From The Hill:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) suggested on Monday that millionaires who create jobs are a mere figment of Republicans' imaginations.

"Millionaire job creators are like unicorns,” said Reid from the Senate floor. “They are impossible to find and don't exist."

Reid's frustration has grown in past weeks as Republicans have repeatedly and overwhelmingly blocked almost every fragment of President Obama's jobs package brought to the floor because Democrats have attempted to pay for them by raising taxes on millionaires. Republicans say they oppose that tax because it would hamper job creation.

But Reid said Monday morning that there was no evidence of a correlation between taxes on the wealthy and jobs. . . .

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do they even hear themselves, let alone know what their rhetoric means, no correlation between taxes and jobs? If he/they can say it then we must pound the point home - like a wooden-stake through a bloodsucker's heart - and let these monsters die.

Merry Christmas, Dr. Lott, and Happy New Year.

12/13/2011 6:23 AM  
Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

Gee, I hope my oldest son doesn't read this story. It would break his heart to think that the man who hired him, and his brother who put a good word in for I on my son's behalf are both at the lower end of the income spectrum!

Both of those gentlemen are successful business owners who do hire workers. Provided they will not be regulated out of business...

12/17/2011 11:09 AM  

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