When you really think about economic growth, what first might appear mysterious on the surface quickly becomes easy to understand. Economic growth results from the hard-wired desire of the individual to produce in order to consume. We all pursue our individual economic specialties, and then we exchange the fruits of our labor for all the things â€“ cars, houses, clothes, food â€“ that we donâ€™t specialize in producing.
Considering economic growth and politicians, the elected among usÂ frequently distort our ability to produce. The United States was founded with a healthy skepticism of governmental involvement in our economy, and todayÂ there remainsÂ a deep-rooted understanding that politicians â€“ irrespective of party affiliation â€“ produce little while erecting barriers to economic growth. Unless theyâ€™re talking about making us more free, odds are theyâ€™re not doing anything to enhance our prosperity.
We should certainlyÂ question any politician of any ideology promising us the world, and certain politicians are truly oblivious to their ability to damage ourÂ economic chances.Â Barack ObamaÂ is that kind of politician, and our economy truly canâ€™t suffer another four years of his misrule.