The following press release has arrived from Joe Walsh: The video asks job creators to tell how government negatively affects their businesses.
Rep. Walsh releases video, launches participation in AmericanJobCreators.com
“Americans have a right to an efficient, effective government that works for them”
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Joe Walsh today released a new video, launching his participation in www.AmericanJobCreators.com to directly engage Illinois’ job creation experts in his work on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to knock down burdensome government barriers to American job creation and prosperity.
AmericanJobCreators.com is built to listen to the personal stories of 8th district constituents, Illinoisans and nationwide job creators who feel the impact of government rules and regulations.
“Americans have a right to an efficient, effective government that works for them,” Walsh says in the video. “American job creators deserve the opportunity to succeed and grow here in the United States. Government should deliver predictability, allowing innovators to deliver results.”
“My job on the Oversight and Government Reform Committee is to help both and businesses secure these rights. But in order to do that we need help from you, our country’s proven job creation experts.”
By visiting AmericanJobCreators.com innovators across the district can describe how government affects their business, explaining where they think Washington helps, and where it hurts. Walsh will look at these firsthand experiences to help strengthen rules that work and eliminate regulations that don’t.
“Taxpayers deserve a government that understands its impact on job creators before it regulates. Imagine a more efficient, effective government doing that.
“I know that Americans want a better, not bigger government. I know that we need to get ineffective government regulations out of the way so that we can allow job creators to do what government can only dream of doing: creating jobs and thereby creating wealth.”
“I’m listening to the many job creators and citizens who have already spoken out. I’m looking forward to hearing from you, too.”