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too many people have had the idea for decades that everyone but themselves could lose their jobs as long as it wasn't them,
no thanks to that mental midget mentality,
the country has been bankrupt for decades,
every time a new moron got in the White house,
they kept giving the corporations tax breaks because they claimed some how a politician could do something other than create debt for the country,
the job of creating work in this country is solely the publics responsibility,
it's the public that needs to pull their own heads from their butts and understand that for their own salaries to be had, they need to pay someone willing to work and earn a living the wages that allows them to pay your salary.
simply put, what comes around, also goes around,
if you don't pay anyone else a wage that allows them to live comfortably, what makes any of you think there will be all that many people rushing out to pay your higher expectations?????.........
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