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Funny thing about private banks, most of them didn't need bailouts because they weren't giving out terrible loans!!!!! My bank is private and has thrived through the economy being in the ditch. They've actually grown during the past few years.
I completely disagree with for-profit colleges on the increase. My husband is a director of admissions and has been laid off 3 times in the last 5 years from 3 different for-profit colleges/universities. Just recently Devry cut over 5% of it's workforce.
Hot sauce, Yoga, Pills, and solar panel production will keep the U.S the superpower of the world, the person who wrote this article needs to be slapped
Because a capitalistic society can never compete with a communistic society... when a government controls your pay, you housing, and any other need they think you have or don't have they can pay you pennies on the dollar and you have no other choice but to take it... AND.... Management of our corporations don't manage any more, they manipulate situations for their interests. GREED!!! Why be beholden to employees of this country when you have to provide a safe environment to work, pay for benefits, health, vacations, sick days, etc... and pay them a wage that will satisfy this countries standard of living and provide them the opportunity to fulfill their own dreams. I don't have a problem with companies investing in the future of other countries. They can teach them how make whatever for that countries population... we should be make our whatever's here...in the good old USA... pay income tax... buy stuff we don't need, increase the sales tax... and most if not all of this country's financial woes will disappear.
clothing is dying because we no longer make quality clothes
Private banks - now that's a surprise after the bailout sell-out
appliance repair - you can't get the parts . . and you can't get the schematics
( buy aecond one and gut it)
Footwear . . .skilled labor...and no-one wants to pay for it
- - - MY BOOTS ARE MADE IN THE U.S.A.
customes...flimzy trash /wear once and dis-card Uniforms - fire - cops - military
HOT Sauce...isn't hot - wimpy at best.....ketchup with a minor tang
Yoga - too lazy to actually work for a living
Genetic Drugs ?.? war on drugs - slush fuind of kick-backs
. . .ADDITIONAL - - THRIVING
weather men for being wrong and getting paid big salaries
Reportesr who will tell you what you should or shouldn't think
( there were no third party candidate at the debates - AND = NOT REPORTED EITHER... excuse me reporting what????)
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