It would be desirable anyway, but if we are talking about how to deal with the unemployment problem, my colleague Mark Bils and coauthors show that:
that cutting the payroll tax by six percentage points (of the 12.4% Social Security component) would, under standard assumptions, increase employment by three million to four million workers—an amount equal to all the job losses since the stimulus was passed.
Read more here. But why would we want to implement a policy that cannot be used to pay off our favored constituents? Why would we want to implement a policy that increases the rewards for work and productivity? What do you think this is, the United States?