Job Creation – “Government Funding” for Lost Jobs
The U.S. Government can float Saving Treasury Bonds for re-starting businesses lost to over-seas competition or companies moving “off-shore or overseas”. U.S. funded companies/businesses created by these bonds would be “Co-operative” and owned by the company workers. These “Co-operative Businesses” could not be sold or bought by other private or public companies. Co-operative businesses would either “make it” or go out of business. However, their employees who would eventually receive retirement would have their Social Security payment somewhat reduced, since the government re-started and bailed out the company. If the amount of pension paid by the co-operative business was low, then the individual would receive a larger percent of Social Security. The money made on interest from these T Bonds could be used to offset Social Security and Medicare funding deficits, and put Americans back to work.