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  1. Stewart Moore
    May 31, 2013 @ 7:59 am

    If the “Job Creators”, are sending American jobs to Communist China because American corporate taxes are too high; if Communism is so wonderful for the job creators, why can’t the slave labor buy the products they are making?Like · More · 

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  2. DHFabian
    June 29, 2013 @ 9:13 pm

    America needs a legitimate, strong Poor People’s Movement that is not focused on trying to win the approval of the middle class. This time, the poor and middle class have been too deeply divided. All that even the liberals of this generation are willing to do is call for job creation — as we’ve been doing for over 30 years! And guess what? You can’t by a loaf of bread with promises of eventual jobs. For all practical purposes, the post-middle class/poor are now living in 1933 America. Not everyone can work, due to health or circumstances, and there simply aren’t jobs for all who need one — not unless we’re willing to commute to one of the foreign countries that now have our jobs. Thanks to Clinton’s policies, infant mortality rates are up among our poor, while the life expectancy of our poor (esp.women) has fallen below that of some Third World countries. America’s only response? Call for predominantly-male infrastructure jobs, which would go almost exclusively to recently laid-off middle class men — the least likely to be pushed into poverty. We need a Poor Peoples March to at least let middle classers know the consequences of the political choices they have made.

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