The first problem is because of not knowing every individuals situation there are two statistics that are to convey what Im looking for. My point is there are people who are disabled and cant work on Government assistance. Then there are people who are physically and mentally able to work on Government assistance. When talking about the deficit in the United States if we get those people who can work because there is no reason they cant work how much better would the deficit situation be. My second issue President Obama Yesterday the Job Creator Alliance posted this. Biden discussed President Obamas plan to raise the top two marginal tax rates. If that were to occur, the economy would create 710,000 fewer jobs, according the accounting firm Ernst & Young. Jobs would suffer badly because, even though the Vice President said only 3 percent would pay those higher rates, those 3 percent are the biggest, most successful small businesses that do all the hiring. The Ernst & Young study found the Obama tax hike would devastate jobs because those businesses that would pay the higher rates employ 54 percent of the private workforce. On the other hand, tax reform like Governor Mitt Romney and Ryan propose would lower rates to encourage growth and do so without reducing revenue or shifting the tax burden from high income taxpayers to middle income families. Even the Tax Policy Center, which is the group Obama and Biden cite to criticize the Romney tax plan, does not claim the Romney plan would reduce revenue never mind by $5 trillion. Curtis Dubay, Senior Policy Analyst, Tax Policy, Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies Does this plan sound like a person who wants to create jobs?