1. Sign a new coach (see Mr. Scot's thread for more info)
My top two targets for the Panthers are Frazier and Harbaugh. Frazier has excelled in with his 4-3 in Minnesota and the Panthers have one of the more talented defenses in the league (stats back this up). The players are there, but the offense on the other side of the ball is not. I doubt that Frazier will end the year as an assistant, however, and is probably the next Vikings coach.
Harbaugh played for Carolina and has former Panthers coaches on his staff. He might want to stay in Stanford for another year (if luck does but lol) or he might want to wait for a better job. The fact of the matter is the Panthers offense still has an offensive line, will have at least Jonathan Stewart next year, and still has Steve Smith. The team doesn't exactly need a total rebuilding.
2. Draft a QB
Luck or Newton, whomever is there. I'd prefer Luck. The Panthers have ignored this for too long and it's time to bite the bullet and just do that. Assuming of course they don't make a play for Peyton Manning.
3. Sign a Veteran QB
Just sign Hasselbeck, or Pennington, or poo bring back Kerry Collins. They need a veteran presence to mentor a new QB. Just go into the season with a situation better than what it was this season.
4. Let Moore walk, get rid of Clausen
Moore was signed to a one year tender. He's done with this team and serves no use as a backup. Let him sit on a bench in another town. Clausen is worthless and they need to trade him while they can still get a 7th for him.
5. Sign a free agent wide receiver
There is no shortage of them. Let Gettis/Lafell have a year to develop behind a proper wide receiver corps. I'd prefer they sign a good guy that wants to teach youngsters since obviously Steve Smith has no interest in doing that but I'm not picky.
I've been harping on this for a while but the Panthers' biggest problem this year is who they DIDN'T bring in, namely everyone. The team needs veterans somewhere. Let's get some offensive line depth, WR depth, QB depth, defensive line depth, and we'll be good to go.
7. Re-sign the core
Kalil, Beason, Davis, and hell even Anderson after this year. Let DeAngelo walk if he wants. This team isn't going to get better by spending money on luxuries.
you asked. The Government makes deals for jobs to come here.
the government very rarely does anything to make "jobs come here." As a matter of fact, taking the last forty years or so of American history, the government has gone out of its way to send jobs OUT of the country. Starting with Nixon and Deng Xiaoping basically agreeing that China would become America's manufacturing sector (can't force people to work at gunpoint in the USA), all of reagan and bush's reign, really picking up steam with NAFTA, then finally reaching its peak with the financial crisis which was caused in part by the repeal of glass-steagall, everything the government has done has been in favor of finance and against labor.
there aren't many finance jobs. so no, the government does not actually make deals for jobs to come here.
Like the deal Obama just made in India for 50,000 jobs.
obama didn't trade like vespene gas for the indians to build a 50,000 person factory in huntersville.
obama negotiated a weapons deal which will lead to a certain number of people working on it that already have the jobs. He's actually saying "I'm creating work for x number of employees.
I'm not sure what the weapon systems are but they're likely drones.
But he didn't create those jobs the private company did.
actually no it would be impossible for a weapons company to sell anything if three things didn't happen
1. the united states government didn't pay for them to be developed 2. the united states government didn't buy them 3. the united states government didn't permit them to be sold to other countries
while all you may see is a private entity that makes things and sells them to the government, what it actually is a government researched item being sold by a government subsidized industry (since it can only have one customer it's fair to say the weapons industry is subsidized) to the american government or other governments they decide.
if that sounds private to you then you're hella retarded
Those jobs will exist if they are in America or not.
actually no one else in the world is stupid enough to spend as much money on the military as the united states so no probably not.
What exactly are you arguing here? That the monetization of our debt is a good thing? Are you in favor of the total devaluation of the dollar? Once you go down this road, you dont come back. This is the last-ditch effort to save our financial crisis. In all honesty though, its probably the only option we have left to keep us afloat. Normally once you reach this point, it snowballs all the way down. If China and other countries dump their US reserves its game over.
I'm against you accidentally stumbling against the correct answer for all the wrong reasons, mainly. I'm embarrassed for you that you compare a country trying to fight off deflation (the US) to Vimar Germany or a country with trillion dollar notes.
I'm against your ridiculous hyperbole. The mere thought that China would "dump its US reserves" is completely meaningless. firstly, how would they do that exactly? is there a bin where they just light them on fire? Secondly, what would that do to China's biggest consumer?
I'm mostly against people like you seeing a monetary and economic system crumble and instead of taking time to analyze exactly why it happens, repeat a bunch of one liners from lunatics like alex jones and blaming it on a shadowy cabal of jews, grays, and lizard people instead of referencing the plethora of literature written on this subject and coming to better conclusions.
You believing in a NWO pulling the strings behind the scenes is no dumber than Jangler thinking the housing crisis is due to blacks buying homes they can't afford, or g5jamz thinking the economic collapse is due to Obama's socialist policies, or pstall barely even being able to pour himself a bowl of cereal in the morning.
well if you're going to live in a government driven welfare state like the US has been since the 1930s then it makes sense to follow a monetary system that allows for fractional reserve banking and compound finance etc
i mean its a whole lot better than digging metal out of the ground and saying it has value.