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I have lived in ND for 60 years. The majority of the people are good and and have a excellent work ethic. I love the cold winters (keeps the rif-raf out}. If you don't like the weather, wait 10 minutes, it will change! The crime rate is low, and you can walk at night without fear. Neighbors know neighbors. It is relaxed here and the air is clean. I think I'll stay another 60 years!!! And you idiots with your dating posts, GET A LIFE.
When will you people at MSNBC begin to actually tell news instead of Obama's bogus economic BS?
IT'S BOGUS AND WE KNOW IT! Unlike you people, the rest of us folks have to live in it! So STOP trying to paint rosy pics of it.
I just wish that we could see through the lies on both sides. Congress
protects itself not us. See the latest on all of the insider trading
they do legally? The problem in this country is that we have grown
fat, lazy and stupid. It doesn't matter who is in office...they are going
to follow the dollars and do the bidding of the corporations that run this
country. Wake up.
I am surprised at how any angry, uneducated people there are in our great country. I am a believer of many of the Republican ideas and am registered as one. I am however not sold on any one particular parties ideas or nominees. I have voted ALWAYS for the right person for the job, not following party lines like a bunch of sheep. It amazes me on how many people are soooo smart that they feel that ALL ideas from a party are the right one. In 2009 when I lost my job, and decided to leverage my house, 401k, remaining savings, everything, to start my own business. I am proud to now have over 35 employees and a payroll of over 1m. Since I am now "rich", I pay over 50% in taxes. I resent lowlife punks saying I don't pay my share! Yes, I do have more options now, but I still am on the hook if my business fails, my house, savings etc, ALL GONE! Those of you that are not involved in helping build America should learn how to work harder, and risk more, then voice a practical opinion. Remember this, if you continue to overtax business, they will close and be forced to go elsewhere. When they do, where will we get the money, jobs, taxes, etc we need to fund our country? Just a thought....
Since when is 2% growth considered "overdrive"???
There are lies, Damn lies, and then there are statistics! These articles must be writtten by 3rd grade dropouts.
Interestingly...all these are right to work States. No great leap to figure that they were able to maintain their growth while all others were struggling to pay exorbinant pensions, salaries.
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