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It IS the planned future for all of us. The more we outscoure manufacturing, and the more cheap labor we import, the worse it will get! This is not a Dem, or GOP thing. This is a catastrophy about to happen. Our gov't is creating a society of takers, not workers. Easy to control, and regulate, because they get everything from them, while the party elite grows richer, and richer. Sound familiar? Why else would our politicians refuse to live on the same programs we do?(while they continually rape them). At the same time, offering mountains of free benefits to people who are here ILLEGALY, or issueing H1B visas to import MORE cheap labor, while AMERICANS can't get help, or jobs. Being white, heterosexual, employed, and patriotic, is no longer acceptable. NOW, I am a racist, a sexist, and fanatic, for being proud of my American upbringing. (I am also Jewish, so that kills the white supremecist card ). I am not afraid to work, and never have been. I am a tradesman. I see mine, and my childrens future, being sqaundered, while my fellow countymen hide their heads, or claim," What can I do?" You CAN vote can't ya? TAKE THE DAY OFF AND VOTE! MAKE THE TIME! Our leaders are COUNTING on you not to show up, while they count illegal votes to win! This country stand on the brink of disaster. ANY GOV'T THAT CAN GIVE YOU EVERYTHING YOU NEED, CAN TAKE AWAY EVERYTHING YOU HAVE! Free trade with China, and Mexico? I've never been to either one, and I've never made a dime there.AND, they'll never give me one!!! Wake up sheeple! There is no pot of gold at the end of this road, only socialism, and poverty! Screw the rest of the world, I live here! I was born Am
erican, and will die American. If you don't agree with me, you are just part of the problem, so keep your pathetic whinings to yourself. You will reap what you've sown soon enough. GOD BLESS AMERICA (or what's left of it)
If you're going to be poor,....I can't think of a BETTER place on this earth to be poor!
Our poor people are the fattest poor people on earth and they all have access to free food, free housing, free cell phones, free education, and free medical treatment.
Did ya ever think that maybe it's all of the "free" stuff that's causing our chronically poor to be,....chronically poor?
Yes, it is the planned future by the political and corporate elites.
The issues are many and complex but the two primary reasons are the outsourcing of jobs to 3rd world countries while simultaneously importing millions and million of poor people from third world countries.
This importation of poverty naturally in itself creates huge poverty gaps in many urban areas and further depresses the wages of existing citizens who are not highly educated and trained.for more lucrative careers. In short, a lot of janitorial and meatpacking jobs used to be held by lesser trained workers and in many cases the salaries were pretty good, particularly if they had a union.
Now the unions are busted and there are plenty of people from throughout the world who will work for next to nothing as it still beats the cesspool they came from.
Naturally, this will eventually increase the welfare rolls as well.
But again, this is what the political and business elites want and they get it through the best Congress that money can buy.
I knew this was it the future for our children, you can't send the jobs over seas or out of the country
and pay low wages. So no middle class---just the poor and the rich, that's what we have to look forward to. Time to change? or become a slave working 7 days a week to put food on the table and pay the rent--that's if your the lucky ones.
The United States of America is the greatest nation ever to exist on the planet Earth. Capitalism,
free enterprise, allows us the highest standard of living of all systems. But there are some who envy the movers and shakers for their bigger bank accounts. They want and demand equal outcome on all things. They want to sit on their duffs all the time and do nothing demanding the government take care of their every want. They criticize the workers who are making their entitlements possible. They complain about the lack of jobs when we have a potus who encourages outsiders to move here illegally and take up the jobs. Then another contributing factor is the history of free sex which spawned hundreds of thousands of unwed mothers with offspring born out of wedlock who are confused about
the meaning of Father's Day. Many Mothers have to work to help make ends meet even if they have a husband. Government has to set up social worker offices to do what parents and family did as a matter of course up until around 1960. Family used to do the things we now are taxed for.
It's the "Me" generation. "I wanna be me." To hell with responsibility. I want my own home, my luxury car my swimming pool and EBT food because entitlements say I deserve it. And then we wonder why we are taxed so highly. It's because of those in society who multiply like rats, roaches and fleas. No apologies. I'm not part of the problem; I live the old fashioned way. I've earned my keep. God Bless America and the unselfish folks who gave us the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. And curses on those who attempt to destroy the great Legacy.
Wally;It`s more than just choice.Wages and benefits are FAR lower in `right to work` states.
Companies are sitting on record profits and cash these days,so don`t cry a river for companies.
In the real world it`s all about company greed.Without unions the going rate for jobs would be $2
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