Saturday, October 20, 2012

'Job Creators' Release Voter Issue Guides for Employees

Herman Cain
Steve Wynn has it right.

He recently told a television news anchor that he’s afraid of the president, that he can’t stand the idea of being put down by a president who has ‘never created any jobs’ and that he’ll be ‘damned’ to have the president lecture him about small business and jobs.

Steve Wynn stated what I’ve been hearing every single week during the Job Creators Solutions Truth Tour. In fact, Bernie Marcus, co-founder of The Home Depot, expressed the same fear for our country’s economic future and anger at government for its culpability many months ago. That’s why Bernie and I formed Job Creators Solutions. And thank goodness. As I’ve traveled the nation speaking to groups of job creators and others, it’s perfectly clear: people are scared witless at the direction of our nation, beginning with the economy.

Over the past several weeks, I’ve heard echoes of Steve Wynn and Bernie Marcus from more than 1,500 business owners and job creators. Their stories drive me to carry on the Job Creators Solutions (JCS) mission – that is, offering business leaders the facts, figures and stark reality of how government over-regulation, over-spending and over-taxing are destroying free enterprise. These business leaders are taking the message back to their employees in droves, to empower all of them to make the right decisions when they vote November 6th.

Thanks to Job Creators Solutions, these job creators and others have at their fingertips the exact information their employees need to do this. As stated on the JCS website, “Voting is an important way for you to not only do your civic duty, but protect your job. We know and respect that voting is a private and personal choice.”

And this is why the JCS has made available to the public, an "Issues Guide” (see below). It’s an essential – and dare I say, crucial - primer for voters to look at the basic concepts they may want to consider when they vote. Rest assured, it’s also a non-partisan, non-political way for voters to cut through the tired rhetoric of party politics and media failure to give flat-out facts about vital issues such as taxes, energy and health care. They have been fully reviewed to be legally appropriate for the work place and are an important tool to help people understand how economic policies affect their kitchen table. The Issues Guides are available in full and pocket size editions, and are available in English or Spanish. They will be provided free of charge and shipped upon request.  Orders can be submitted on the JCS website:

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