Your Questions About Paper Trading Free

Daniel asks…

Are Liberals To Blame For Illegal Immigrants?

Legal american borned workers must pay income taxes, their employer must pay additional taxes besides paying their wages and must fill lots of paper work.

Illegal immigrants don’t pay income taxes. So they can charge a lower wage to the employer and still make good money. The employer doesn’t have to pay occupational taxes to the government and doesn’t have to fill lots of paper work nor hire an accountant to sort through this perpetual fiscal mess.

On top of that, the social programs, social benefits, social security attracts illegal immigrants.

If America was a true capitalistic free country, free trade, free market.

American borned workers would not pay income taxes and could compete with Illegal Aliens.

Plus we would have no social programs to attract illegal immigrants.

We don’t need a Fence on the border. We need a solid political border.

Cut down socialism and you will end illegal immigration.
LEGAL, AMERICAN BORNED workers could be made CHEAPER if they did NOT have to pay income taxes, they could ask for a lower pay and still keep a good paycheque.

Employers would NOT have to pay occupational taxes on top of the legal workers salary.

So legal workers could compete with illegal immigrants.

It’s all socialism’s fault that current employers have incentives to hire illegals.

Yes, republicans still charge taxes, still wate money on useless social security and other social programs. So they are part of the problem too. But the guiltiest are the liberals.

John answers:

Liberal democrats adamantly push for more social programs, more entitlements, and no voter I.D. Laws.. Kinda self explanatory…

Linda asks…

Free market society?

If the government were to completely back out of the trade industry, wouldn’t the value of the dollar hit the roof? Seems to me that the inflation that the dollar has endured would soon cure it’s self. After the dollars value increased to it’s highest possible value, wouldn’t producers recognize the only way to create additional profits would be to further develop a product. Incentive to better a product would justify a higher price, and ultimately, wouldn’t this lead to a boom in technology??? And finally, would the government digging deeper into trade only cause the market to fail, due to regulation of the invisible hand of the free market???

I’m writing a paper for an economics class. Want to make sure my logic makes sense. Opinions Please?

John answers:

Be careful there, although what your saying makes alot of sense in Libertarian/Austrian Economics circles; the truth is most college level professors are of the Socialist/Keynesian point of view and think the “Free Market” sans government controls spells the end of the world.

You seem to know the truth, I know the truth, in fact lots of us know the truth….but my advice…praise the government, claim the Fed is the Savior of the modern world, that Keynes was the economic equivalent of the second coming and collect your “A”.

Then after you get your grade tell the instructor Government sucks, Keynes was wrong, and Anarcho-Capitalism will bury his old theories!

James asks…

What are your thoghts about the Indo European Free Trade Agreements?

India’s largest Trade Union, the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) had opposed the Agreement on several points. BMS Demands:

1. Indian Govt. should forthwith stop the negotiations on FTA with EU.
2. Government should publish the details of negotiations and the commitments it is going to make.
3. Ashok Mitra recommendations should be implemented in all international negotiations.
4. Government should immediately issue a white paper on the impact of FTA on various sections of the society.
5. Government should constitute an independent commission to review FTA with BMS participation in it.
6. Government should convene a meeting with BMS on the impact of FTA on labour and other sectors.
7. Decent work should be made a National goal to create Quality Jobs.

http://frontierindia.net/indias-largest-…

Similarly RS Narayanan, writing in Dianamani had raised issues relating to food security that is already weak, likely to be further jeopardised by the FTA

http://dinamani.com/edition/Story.aspx?S… Articles&artid=490115&SectionID=133&Main… ???????????? ????? ???????

Now what are your impressions about this agreement?

John answers:

I don’t usually go with RS Narayanan’s views on many issues. He is telling many right things no doubt but in wrong ways, generating more conflict than clarity. But in this article he had exactly reflected the right fears of well meaning people. We can not have the food security by committing to such exports when our own internal demands are met frugally. The ration quota is hardly adequate and the exports would be committed even under domestic shortages.

The profits would be least and the imports agreed like foreign liquor are least intended to help us, except to help foreign profiteers! The projections for enhanced free trade in food sector are likely to hit the farm sector, already suffering due to govt apathy to alleviate the problems of sorts! The BMS also had rightly pointed out the lack of trasparency on the provisions of a crucial agreement that would impact the nation significantly!

Lisa asks…

US and UK trade policy?

Hi! So I am doing a school paper and am VERY confused! My worksheet asks to name a Foreign Trade Agreement between the US and UK. I know there is no Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, but is there a Foreign Trade Agreement? I understand that they are great trading partners and all, but is there a trade policy between them? My teacher keeps asking for a foreign trade agreement and its history, but I can’t find one! I just need a name of the trade policy between the two countries!

John answers:

GATT, World trade Organization

Sharon asks…

US and UK trade? Urgent help!!! Please!?

Hi! So I am doing a school paper and am VERY confused! My worksheet asks to name a Foreign Trade Agreement between the US and UK. I know there is no Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, but is there a Foreign Trade Agreement? I understand that they are great trading partners and all, but is there a trade policy between them? My teacher keeps asking for a foreign trade agreement and its history, but I can’t find one! I just need a name of the trade policy between the two countries!

John answers:

“…between the two countries…” This is wrong. The U.K. Is not a country. It is a multination state.

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.