Steele to House GOP: Stimulus Bill ‘Goose Egg Was Just Beautiful’

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Saturday, January 31, 2009 at 3:37 pm

The Republican National Committee invited reporters to listen via conference call to new Chairman Michael Steele’s pep talk to House Republicans at their weekend retreat. If there was a revelation, it’s that Steele seems more comfortable high-fiving like-minded conservatives than telling Maryland voters that he’s not a real Republican, and it’s OK for them to vote for him. Early in the call, he promised Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the House minority whip, that he’d give him the “word from the street” on the House Republicans’ vote against the stimulus package.

Let me start by saying, the goose egg that you laid on the president’s desk was just beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. Now, folks, I know we’re in the era of bipartisanship, but it’s easy to be bipartisan when you outnumber the minority two to one. Anyone can be bipartisan then. But I thought it was very, very important that you sent a signal, and you sent it loudly and very clearly, that this party, that the leadership of this caucus, will stand first and foremost with the American people. You made it very clear that in order to grow through this recession, that you would not redistribute the wealth of the people of this nation. That you would empower them to earn it, invest it, save it, and spend it on their terms.

Steele couldn’t praise them enough, and at times, he was at a loss for words. “You and I know that in the history of mankind and womankind, government—federal, state or local—has never created one job,” he said. “It’s destroyed a lot of them.”

He added that the GOP’s next four targets would be the open House seat in the 20th District of New York, the governor’s offices in New Jersey and Virginia, and the state legislatures that will run redistricting after the next census.

Also, for reasons I’m less clear about, Iran-Contra alum Oliver North was in the room with the House Republicans, and Steele singled him out for praise.

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John Lofton
Comment posted January 31, 2009 @ 6:45 pm

FYI, might want to listen to my exclusive interview with Michael Steele and comment. Thanks. JL.

http://www.theamericanview.com/index.php?id=1205

And forget, please, “conservatism,” please. It will not “save” us because it has been, operationally, de facto, Godless and therefore irrelevant. Secular conservatism will not defeat secular liberalism because to God both are two atheistic peas-in-a-pod and thus predestined to failure. As Stonewall Jackson's Chief of Staff R.L. Dabney said of such a humanistic belief more than 100 years ago:

“[Secular conservatism] is a party which never conserves anything. Its history has been that it demurs to each aggression of the progressive party, and aims to save its credit by a respectable amount of growling, but always acquiesces at last in the innovation. What was the resisted novelty of yesterday is today .one of the accepted principles of conservatism; it is now conservative only in affecting to resist the next innovation, which will tomorrow be forced upon its timidity and will be succeeded by some third revolution; to be denounced and then adopted in its turn. American conservatism is merely the shadow that follows Radicalism as it moves forward towards perdition. It remains behind it, but never retards it, and always advances near its leader. This pretended salt bath utterly lost its savor: wherewith shall it be salted? Its impotency is not hard, indeed, to explain. It is worthless because it is the conservatism of expediency only, and not of sturdy principle. It intends to risk nothing serious for the sake of the truth.”

Our country is collapsing because we have turned our back on God (Psalm 9:17) and refused to kiss His Son (Psalm 2).

John Lofton, Editor, TheAmericanView.com
Recovering Republican
JLof@aol.com


Meme
Comment posted January 31, 2009 @ 8:42 pm

“You and I know that in the history of mankind and womankind, government—federal, state or local—has never created one job,”

So when he was Lt. Gov. he was….unemployed?


Mavsreader
Comment posted January 31, 2009 @ 8:48 pm

You and I know that in the history of mankind and womankind, government—federal, state or local—has never created one job,” he said. “It’s destroyed a lot of them.”

Agreed-He'll want that sentence back.


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Comment posted February 1, 2009 @ 2:49 am

Wow. Thanks for bringing us this one, Dave.


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Comment posted February 1, 2009 @ 5:39 am

Get outta here with that stuff.


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Comment posted February 1, 2009 @ 8:52 am

Geezzz knock it of already. all that christian stuff just scares people away, so just keep it to yourself.what the conservative party needs is a ron paul type , or ron paul himself.


will stormont
Comment posted February 1, 2009 @ 8:59 am

Michael Steele is brilliant and the GOP seems to be getting things right in choosing him for a leadership role. The Obama stimulus boondoggle is going to create unprecedented hyper-inflation about two years from now. Republicans should oppose this forcefully. Not only is it the right thing to do, GOP opposition will benefit enormously.


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Roy
Comment posted February 2, 2009 @ 2:59 am

Well, well, looks like the shining new GOP chairman didn't waste time firing up the base and setting up the tone for his party! It's funny how he says government has never created a job when he just came from one. I hope he keeps this up so people will really know what the Repubs are; tools of big business.


Porkchopicus_of_Borg
Comment posted February 2, 2009 @ 6:31 am

Well, I might have wanted to listen to it if not for all that extraneous theistic bullplop.

Go troll Free Republic and Townhall for your audience, Mr. Lofton.


PeopleWatching
Comment posted February 2, 2009 @ 11:08 am

Interesting blog. Relevantly, Michael Steele, born 1958, is a member of Generation Jones—the generation between the Boomers and Gen X'ers. The Boomers have passed the leadership torch to the Jonesers. Which matters quite a bit in understanding the nature of the new chapter in politics we’ve just begun.

In this short video, Steele embraces his own Generation Jones identity, and discusses his fellow GenJones leaders: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbbVe_Twui0

Obama, and many of his Administration's top players, are Jonesers. The GOP is also now led by Jonesers, including Steele, Sarah Palin, Tim Pawlenty and Mark Sanford.

I’m a Joneser and totally relate to it, and am enjoying all the recent media buzz about Generation Jones. We’re not Boomers or X'ers!

There is a brilliant op-ed about exactly this topic in USA TODAY this week: http://www.usatoday.com/printedition/news/20090… .

I’m very curious to see what Steele’s early weeks at this new job will look like.


NARNIAG
Comment posted February 2, 2009 @ 2:28 pm

YES, government has NEVER created a job EVER. Tell it like it is, Steele! You are RIGHT and a good example of why the GOP is the best party EVER.


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Porkchopicus_of_Borg
Comment posted February 3, 2009 @ 5:33 am

Huh.

And here I thought that our government created that gigantic Department of Homeland Security and all the jobs therein.

I guess the Tooth Fairy must have been responsible for that, right?


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Comment posted February 4, 2009 @ 1:34 pm

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EddieG3
Comment posted February 5, 2009 @ 12:09 pm

Mr. Steele is jealous of President Obama's ascension to the presidency. Now Mr. Steele has a new tool in his arsenal to war on Barack Obama – you Repubs. Stop whining, complaining and fighting. Stop being so self-centered. The country needs help. Pl-e-a-s-e help us!!! All we, the people, see right now is that you-all have decided to stand in your corner shooting arrows at those who are really trying to help us. Please put your partisan politics down and help us.


Barry Johnston
Comment posted February 6, 2009 @ 5:05 pm

I just heard Mr. Michael Steele on CNN. I have some very similar thought on how to stimulate the economy which I will try to attach as follow, but like t send directly to Mr. Steele if he'll let me. I am an artist and have my studio in Baltimore. Thank you. Barry Johnston

Promoting the Economy and General Quality of Life in America
by
Barry Johnston

Individual initiative
America will again grow and flourish when our government and economic system promote principles that stimulate individual initiative, both in our personal lives and in the work place. When we, the people, reacquaint ourselves with values that encourage individual potential, our economy will again flourish. When we, the people, dedicate ourselves to redefining our understanding of quality of life and commit ourselves to acting on our inner convictions to implement this new vision of a quality of life, we will effectively address those societal and economic conditions that now plague us. When philanthropists become personally involved in defining our quality of life, when we change our frame of values to address individual potential, new industries will emerge that will strengthen our economy and create a vibrant culture built on a new understanding of quality of life. Do we dare envision it?

As an artist, most of my life I’ve been self-employed, working out of my inner cognition and initiative. Believe me, it’s hard. But knowing value in art, and more crucially knowing value in life, has required me to address more profound issues that define the collective concerns of the human heart. One far reaching collective concern today is defining political policies that nurture individual potential. The survival of humanity depends on the fervent care we give to individuals, our society and our natural world. Any visionary alternatives that will bring about solid, constructive change will recognize the value of individual potential and will encourage individual initiative.

Our Constitution
We need only observe a century of communism to know that governments have limited ability to stimulate economic growth. The U.S. Constitution was designed to promote economic freedom as well as guarantee personal freedom. Antitrust laws, defined and protected by our constitution, are designed to break up monopolies and consortiums that stymy economic growth. But over the past several decades, multinational corporations have squeezed the life out of our free-enterprise system. A dazzling abundance of excess created by national and multinational corporations have distracted us from facing those realities that can help us cope with the issues of our basic survival. Over recent decades, we have abandoned many fundamental ethical principles that secure solid business practices in the market. The quality of our lives has declined as we have lost our identity in the work place. Of course, our deepest fear now is: how will we, as individuals, survive if the awesome massiveness of our American economy does collapse? Any economic policy to the magnitude of the New Deal of the 1930's must not only address the above concerns but take profound measures to encourage Americans to change their values and to, in fact, redefine themselves as visionaries with a new understanding of the meaning of quality of life. In short, any effective economic policy must revive the free-enterprise system.

Faced with the present major economic crisis, the federal government out of necessity is obliged to provide assistance to States to finance the rebuilding of our national infrastructure. The Administration’s transparency, by openingly monitoring the handling and management of this federal distribution on the internet will not only be informative but will be a useful tool in gaging the progress of the spending programs. However, individual ingenuity and initiative will be the fuel for that process. If we are to realize sound economic growth, the principles of free-enterprise must prevail on a grass-roots level. One grass-roots basis for choosing those individuals in the business community who are best qualified to improve our quality of life is to choose those who are willingly taking an active, responsible role in the quality of life process. The mechanism for this is already in place. In receiving the above-mentioned federal funding for rebuilding our national infrastructure, let priority consideration be given to those who are willing to commit themselves to the following:

Religious institutions and foundations
The U.S. Constitution provides Americans with a concept of separation of church and state for two reasons: The first and most popular reason is that it prevents churches from dictating their theocratic values on the people. The second reason, however, has been largely forgotten, and that is that governments also must not dictate their values on the people. Although our political system guarantees us “separation between church and state,” in reality, the federal government has usurped the authority and financial autonomy of our religious institutions by assuming financial control over the management of programs that are designed to confront our societal problems. Recognizing that, throughout history, churches, synagogues, mosques, and other religious institutions have traditionally addressed societal issues, why do we allow the government to usurp the authority of those committed to addressing our societal problems? Improving the quality of our lives requires that we promote values that recognize individual potential and promote individual initiative. Presently, churches, synagogues, and mosques are financially hampered in their ability to address issues related to crime, drug addiction, or the plight of the homeless. Although only committed individuals can responsibly resolve the personal issues of those who have fallen into despair and self-destruction, the financial authority of philanthropic institutions has been rendered essentially impotent.

Because massive bureaucracies are unable to address the personal emotional needs of 'the down and out' – beyond those basics such as healthcare, food, and perhaps housing – public and private foundations should be encouraged to take on this essential role. Putting aside the fact that the Constitution states that our government “promote the general welfare” rather than provide for it, personal initiative is an essential ingredient that will encourage improving the quality of our lives. In a declining society, drug abuse in our inner cities and the bane, ignominious plight of the homeless are destroying the fiber of our society. We, as Americans, have allowed the forces of an anti-culture, defined by the massive priorities of our massive bureaucracies, to usurp our ability to improve the quality of our lives. As President Eisenhower warned America, we have succumbed to the “danger of a military-industrial complex.” Likewise, a reliance on government law enforcement to solve the problems of the homeless and hunger, of even addiction, is, of course, not working. This approach has not only been ineffective; it is completely outside of the realm of constitutional law.

Getting out of this bureaucratic mess
Government can stimulate scientific research that will eventually stimulate the economy. It can provide layoff relief. It can provide jobs that shore up the national infrastructure by building bridges, roads, and even the national grid. It can feed, house, cloth, and provide healthcare for the needy. But it can only promote, not provide for, the inner quality of our lives.
Massive bureaucracies and government agencies cannot provide an effective means to revitalize and rebuild the cultural fiber of our society.

Let the wealthy be encouraged to donate and participate personally in outreach programs that improve the quality of our lives. When wealthy philanthropists participate in viable outreach programs, their higher management skills, applied on a personal level, will get the job done. Former President Jimmy Carter is a good example of one who gets things accomplished. Rather than relying on congressionally funded social programs that experience enormous administrative overhead imposed by big government, let the government downsize its role in societal rehabilitation by offering philanthropists tax writeoffs, not just taxable income writeoffs, for their contributions. Let philanthropists play a personal role in the management of outreach programs that address the quality of life in America. Such direct involvement by the wealthy, whom presumedly represent the most intelligent as well as responsible people of our society, will improve the quality of life for both sides of the fence.

Rebuilding character
Promoting programs that involve the wealthy will effectively rebuild character and esteem not only of those who are 'down and out' in our society, but those who are 'high on the hog' but thus far have had no real purpose or vision in their lives other than accumulating wealth. Congress could reward with tax incentives to mentor volunteers and successful retirees who contribute their talents to the common good. Lawyers could offset their tax obligation by donating their time and money to protecting the vulnerable or the free-enterprise system itself. However, no individual should be above the law in the management of these outreach programs, whether churches, foundations or individuals. A new society of the “noblesse oblige” can effectively and responsibly contribute solutions to our cultural and the economic concerns.

Let new tax laws reverse this downward trend
Under constitutional law, the federal government can both encourage and protect small businesses as they face the legal clout of large national and multinational corporations. If the well-educated and successful are encouraged to contribute solutions to our ills, they will also be intelligent watchdogs to alert our government to national and multinational corporate abuses or areas of ineffectiveness in our governmental agencies.

A new tax law
In reality, the private sector is less likely to take the appropriate initiative and commit their personal wealth to helping reconstruct the fiber of our society without fair tax incentives that encourage their personal involvement. Present laws require that, when private individuals make a private donation to a church or to a public function, that contribution can only be subtracted from the donor’s taxable income and not from the tax owed. In other words, although the IRS has the authority to confirm whether or not a donor’s gift has or has not complied with the rules of a 501C3 foundation which must commit 80% to its outreach program (i.e., only 20% can be used for administrative overhead under lobbying rule), the administrative overhead of the federal government, under the Facilities and Administrative (F&A) charging rule, commonly referred to as indirect costs of the government, is presently held at 26%. Presently, although a gift from a wealthy patron can be confirmed to definitely serve the public interest, such donations are treated as income write-offs, rather than tax write-offs, giving the patron only a fraction of the buying power of their donation to effectively make a difference in building the cultural fiber of our society. For example, the highest tax liability being charged against a donor's income is 33%, meaning that those donors in this highest tax bracket, if contributing to the construction of a hospital, a public work of art for a public plaza, or any worthwhile public cause, can only be credited 33% of the actual value of their public gift. In other words, although that gift will serve the public interest, the donor can only claim a maximum of one-third of the actual value of that donation. This means that individual donors have a maximum of one-third buying power in their efforts to address social issues and concerns, compared to the two-thirds buying power of our massive government bureaucracies.

Furthermore, the average taxpayer is in a much lower tax bracket and, therefore, has much less buying power when making contributions to public charities. For this reason, private initiatives which serve public needs – including outreach programs that are managed by our churches, synagogues, and mosques – presently have only a limited ability to make an impact on building a solid alternative culture. So, effective privately run programs are greatly hampered by insufficient funding and, therefore, are only nominally able to effect the needed changes that will rebuild our communities. The tax drain discourages philanthropy. Impersonal bureaucracies of government leave many of our most critical societal concerns unaddressed. Since the Great Depression, the federal government, influenced by a modern brand of secularism, has gradually usurped the functions of churches and private patrons. Acknowledging that Congress has the right to establish national goals and priorities, the 501C3 foundations and churches in America, by constitutional law, should be given the authority to fulfil this congressional mandate.

Agreed, federal programs should sustain and continue to expand its support of scientific research that serves the national interest, such as alternate energy research and programs such as the Peace Corp and even art exchange programs that represent America’s interest internationally in an ambassadorial capacity. Agreed, the federal government should help bridge the transition by creating infrastructure related jobs and oblige the banking network to direct its attention to alleviating the mortgage crisis. But to effectively “promote the general welfare,” Congress and the President must revise the tax codes as follows, keeping in mind that those who choose to comply with the following guideline should be given priority consideration in receiving federal funding on a State level. Corporations who have executives that comply with the below procedures and who agree to Procedure 3 below should be given priority consideration in this federal funding program. Regarding Procedure 3, no multinational corporation should be allowed to participate in this State funding program. Procedures 1 and 2 apply to individual-owned businesses:
:

Procedure 1 is for the philanthropists – allow the wealthy and socially responsible, those who presumedly represent a well-educated, conscientious and successful sector of our society, to become personally involved and to assume personal responsibility for improving the quality of our society. The “noblesse oblige” represent those in our society who are willing and able to assume personal responsibility for the well-being of our society and free-enterprise system. Those Americans who practice the principles of the “noblesse oblige” (which translates from French into “nobility obligates”), those philanthropists who are willing to serve the public interest, should be given tax write-offs amounting to the near value of their gifts, when given to public foundations or the outreach program of a religious institution, wherever those programs replace those functions being funded through government legislation and taxation. Let the Federal Government, through congressional mandate, limit which foundations qualify and what amounts are acceptable. Let the tax structure provide an adequate levy on the donation to cover the administrative cost of implementing and policing this plan. Let this plan apply to philanthropic individuals only and not to corporations. Let individuals take social responsibility and effect positive social change, recognizing that only individuals can provide the impetus that will stimulate our free-enterprise economy. The wealthy, who generally represent the most capable leaders in our society, are best capable of implementing positive alternatives and effecting positive changes that will rebuild our economy and quality of life.

Procedure 2 for the innovators and artists – encourage creative initiatives in our society. Heirs of an artist’s or innovators estate are presently overwhelmed by the burden of managing that estate when an artist dies. Federal law should allow the inheritance tax obligation to be paid in kind upon the death of innovators and artists in our society. If the art is considered by the IRS to have a certain value, that value should be deemed the correct measure for tax purposes. This would encourage cultural growth and promote the quality of life in our society. By recognizing the actual art or innovation as an acceptable payment for the tax obligation, the innovator and the artist are encouraged. By allowing a portion of the artist’s and innovator’s estate to be given to public foundations in lieu of or by way of fulfilling an estate tax obligation, both the innovator, the artist, their families and our society at large benefit. Hence, our general quality of life is promoted. In other words, a gift to a public foundation, accepted as payment in lieu of the tax obligation, not only takes the burden off the heirs of the artist and, therefore, off the artist and innovator, but it encourages individual philanthropy and, even more so, it encourages innovation in both the arts and sciences, thus improving the quality of art and the quality of life in America.

Procedure 3 for corporations – oblige corporations, both national and multinational, to improve the general welfare of their workers and to support the communities that serve them. For example, a percent of the cost of any new construction of large corporations and government projects should go into supporting the quality of life of the community that serve them. This would encourage local artists. In this, a portion of the cost of construction for any public and corporate building should by law be committed to improving the visual quality of life of the working and surrounding environment. Nationally, corporations should be held accountable to improve the quality of life in their respective communities serving them. Internationally, American corporations should be held accountable to improve the quality of life in the local community of that country that serves them. In return, corporations operating out of the States that comply with this mandate will receive a full federal tax write-off, meaning that, if they comply, they pay no federal tax at all. Corporations from other countries operating in the States would be subject to the same tax rule. By investing in the quality of life in other countries, this law applied to corporations will foster an active ambassadorial program that will improve America’s relationship with other countries.


Barbara Rose
Comment posted February 7, 2009 @ 7:36 am

In response to the Senator from Maine's comments saying that the American people want Democrates and Republicans to get along, my husband and I do not want Congress spending our money on projects that do not stimulate the economy and create jobs in private sector., If this means you do not get along, then so be it until the American people are heard.

Most American families take longer to decide on what kind of car to buy, then Congress has taken to spend more than $800,000 Billion which does not even include the interest this will accrue.

Our courtry has gotten into this economic mess because of debt. Now Congress wants to put us even deeper in debt.

Republicans should stand their ground and vote NO for the stimulus package or spending package or whatever title they give it today!


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Comment posted February 27, 2009 @ 12:20 pm

“We will stand first and foremost with the American people …” all 30 percent of them who opposed the stim package.

Keep following the delusion, folks.


Double D
Comment posted February 27, 2009 @ 8:20 pm

“We will stand first and foremost with the American people …” all 30 percent of them who opposed the stim package.

Keep following the delusion, folks.


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exmil
Comment posted January 7, 2010 @ 3:43 pm

But we now have the private sector creating many government jobs, such as all those employed by GM. GM is now effectively a government car company thanks to incompetence by a series of GM CEOs wo allowed the unions to have there way just so they and their shareholders could turn a quick profit. Short-trmism in business is the ulprit and not government.


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But we now have the private sector creating many government jobs, such as all those employed by GM. GM is now effectively a government car company thanks to incompetence by a series of GM CEOs wo allowed the unions to have there way just so they and their shareholders could turn a quick profit. Short-trmism in business is the ulprit and not government.


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