Hello, I'm Senator Byron Dorgan and last week I asked for your ideas about energy policy. The Senate is writing a new energy bill and thank you for all of your thoughts and ideas. Here are just a few Chris from Miami, Florida, said can we develop some sort of roof tiles that will collect solar energy and offer a tax break to those that install it Boy, that's right on the mark. Part of what we need to do is to maximize the production of renewable energy. We need to produce a lot of additional energy,.
Including drilling for oil and so on, the key is to maximize wind and solar and biomass, renewable energy that will make us less dependent on foreign oil and we can do that in part with the tax incentive so that's right on the mark. Josh from Massachusetts sent us a suggestion. We need to address vampire devices. There are too many appliances that are plugged in all day and not being used, they sit there idly wasting electricity. Well, Josh, you are right. That is conservation and conservation has to be a significant part of an energy bill.
A lot of people focus just on production, but you know something, a barrel of oil saved is a barrel of oil produced. We waste a lot of energy every day and you are talking about vampire devices, every home has all these appliances plugged in, all day, we could do a lot better on conservation. Alex, in Grand Forks, in my state, says this country needs energy companies that focus on customer service and the environment, rather than short term profits. If everybody in America was served by an REC,.
Alex means a Rural Electric Coop, instead of traded companies, there would be more money for new infrastructure. Well, you know Alex is referring to the delivery of electricity and the delivering of power by what are called the Rural Electric Coop's created back in the 1930's to bring power to rural America. It is a delivery of service that makes a lot of sense. We've got a lot of great energy companies, some investorowned, many Rural Electric Coop's, and the issue of better companies having more connection with the customers and the customers needs.
Weekly Address GOP Rewarding Corporations that Create Jobs Overseas
The President After a decade of hardship for middle class families, and a recession that wiped away millions of jobs, we're in the middle of a tough fight to rebuild this economy and put folks back to work. Winning this fight will not depend on government alone. It'll depend on the innovation of American entrepreneurs on the drive of American small business owners on the skills and talents of American workers. These are the people who will help us grow our economy and create jobs. But government still has an important responsibility.
And that's to create an environment in which someone can raise capital to start a new company where a business can get a loan to expand where ingenuity is prized and folks are rewarded for their hard work. That's why I fought so hard to pass a jobs bill to cut taxes and make more loans available for entrepreneurs. It eliminated the capital gains taxes for key investments in small businesses. It increased the deduction to defray the costs of starting a company. And it's freeing up credit for folks who need it.
In fact, in just the first two weeks since I signed the bill, thousands of business owners have been able to get new loans through the SBA. But we need to do more. So I've proposed additional steps to grow the economy and spur hiring by businesses across America. Now, one of the keys to job creation is to encourage companies to invest more in the United States. But for years, our tax code has actually given billions of dollars in tax breaks that encourage companies to create jobs and profits in other countries.
I want to close these tax loopholes. Instead, I want to give every business in America a tax break so they can write off the cost of all new equipment they buy next year. That's going to make it easier for folks to expand and hire new people. I also want to make the research and experimentation tax credit permanent. Because promoting new ideas and technologies is how we'll create jobs and retain our edge as the world's engine of discovery and innovation. And I want to provide a tax cut for clean energy manufacturing.
Right here in America. Because that's how we'll lead the world in this growing industry. These are commonsense ideas. When more things are made in America, more families make it in America more jobs are created in America more businesses thrive in America. But Republicans in Washington have consistently fought to keep these corporate loopholes open. Over the last four years alone, Republicans in the House voted 11 times to continue rewarding corporations that create jobs and profits overseas a policy that costs taxpayers billions of dollars every year. That doesn't make a lot sense.
It doesn't make sense for American workers, American businesses, or America's economy. A lot of companies that do business internationally make an important contribution to our economy here at home. That's a good thing. But there's no reason why our tax code should actively reward them for creating jobs overseas. Instead, we should be using our tax dollars to reward companies that create jobs and businesses within our borders. We should give tax breaks to American small businesses and manufacturers. We should reward the people who are helping us lead in the.
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