Improve America's Global Competitiveness

Lower The Corporate Tax Rate. Make America's business environment competitive with the rest of the world to attract capital and encourage investment. The American dollar reinvested, not only increases dollar value at home in a direct way, but also increases value abroad as America become more attractive rather then less attractive to investors.

Strengthen Education. Emphasize math and science, while promoting innovative approaches such as creating positive inncentives to public schools to compete, while maintaining a base of expectations, to ensure American workers have the intellectual capital and skills to compete in the 21st century economy.

Improve Worker Retraining. Consolidate and streamline the numerous federal programs in this area, and focus on giving workers the skills they need to succeed in a global economy.

Reform Our Immigration Laws. End illegal immigration, but encourage legal immigration and streamline the system to recruit and retain highly-skilled workers and welcome the best and the brightest from around the world to our universities.

Spur The American Economy

Lower Taxes For All. Lower income tax rates across the board to reward productivity and leave more money in the economy for consumption and investment.

Zero Rate On Middle Class Savings. Eliminate all taxes on interest, dividends, and capital gains for anyone with Adjusted Gross Income under $200,000 to make it easier for the middle class to save.

Make The Bush Tax Cuts Permanent. Extend the progrowth tax cuts on income, capital gains, and dividends implemented by the Bush Administration that will otherwise expire in 2011.

Eliminate The Death Tax Once And For All. Allow families to pass their hard-earned savings, and assets from businesses to farms to homes, from one generation to the next without the federal government taking a cut.
Provide Regulatory Relief. Eliminate cumbersome and unnecessary regulations and bureaucracies that hinder economic growth and job creation.

Implement National Tort Reform. End the frivolous lawsuits and excessive non-economic damages that burden American companies with excessive tort costs by levying a criteria penalty towards lawyers who are found bringing such cases to the court thus allowing the tort arena to watch itself. This of course would be done with a panel attourneys politically neutral.

Build And Repair Transportation Infrastructure. Invest in infrastructure projects critical to the national economy and its flow of goods and people, instead of funding home-district pork, or, authenticate areas of basic structure needs congress people could choose to work on for their state. Road,Bridge,Water, Electricy, Economic Disaster Support
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Cody Robert Judy