Washington, DC — The Center for Biological Diversity and Biodiversity Conservation Alliance petitioned the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today to protect job creators under the federal Endangered Species Act. The unique population of job creators native to various upper income neighborhoods throughout the United States is in steep decline due to habitat destruction. Specifically, they have an uncertain future due to their timid nature and their fear about changing macroeconomic conditions.
In the good old days, job creators, in their pursuit of profit, benefited their fellow humans by creating new or better goods and services, thus employing others. Without them, we would all be unemployed, picking berries, dumpster diving and raising chickens in our backyard. And, now that reality is upon us.
Much like the spotted owl, job creators need protection under the Endangered Species Act to have any shot at survival, said attorney and biologist C.F. Icare of the Center for Biological Diversity. “By addressing threats like the destruction of private jet tax deductions, domestic manufacturing tax deduction for the big oil companies, and ethanol subsidies, just to name a few, we can still save these rare creatures”, said Mr. Icare. But the window of opportunity is closing fast. They are threatening to not create any more jobs, to keep their tax sheltered money overseas, to move the rest of their job creation offshore, to not purchase luxury homes, vehicles or private jets. Or, at the very least, continue to invest their capital in high job creation activities such as US Treasuries, real estate, dividend yielding stocks and various municipal and corporate debt instruments.
Once widely distributed and common in the United States, the job creators have experienced dramatic declines over the past few years. Impacts have been severe. In Michigan, Rhode Island, California and South Carolina, where a nationally occurring job creator disease known as fear and uncertainty has wiped out their will to live and to create jobs. Such a catastrophic loss of species will unpredictably reshape ecosystems we depend on, causing social, political, and economic upheaval.
Endangered Species Act protection for the Job Creators will increase federal debt burdens for research to stem the decimation of this once abundant species. Since they can clearly not manage on their own, it incumbent upon us as decent human beings to ensure that we protect and preserve, even rebuild the job creators sensitive ecosystem.
Mounting scientific evidence shows that job creators are among the most imperiled species on Earth or at least in the United States. Please do your part in this important effort. Threaten to vote out of office anybody, regardless of political party, who would harm the sensitive ecosystem of the job creator.
Contact: House Speaker John Boehner, Washington, D.C. Office 1011 Longworth H.O.B., Washington, DC 20515
PH: (202) 225-6205
FAX: (202) 225-0704