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~ Senator Barack H. Obama, March 2006
Can you hear the cries now We're number 3, We're number 3 and sinking fast.
Increased government regulation. Increasing taxes. Minimum wage. Uneducated workforce. Organized labor. A growing dependency class that the government needs to support to maintain their voting blocks. An anti-business administration that does not support free market capitalism.
If you are a business why would you want to locate to the US?
Did Barry declare Hong Kong to be an independent nation? Did his Chinese handlers approve this?
IT'S JUST SAD WE HAVE TO PAY FOR THE TICKET TO SEE THIS SHOW!!!!!
Well when we let Corporations go unregulated, we ended up with tons of Super-fund sites and Too Big To Fail, Too Big To Jail. We ended up with the wage gap moving from 40 to 1 to well over 400 to 1. Yet in spite of this so call period lately described as the worst for Business, we are seeing Record PROFITS and Cash Hoards. But don't let FACTS stand in the way and expect everyone to be as ignorant as naive will always choose to be.
If we allowed other countries to fend for themselves militarily, that would be reflected in other countries Tax Codes. But don't let that FACT stand in the way of the usual suspects misinforming the public.
This is totally off the subject, but I do not know where else to post.
I notice that this website no longer seems to allow posting on national and international news like one used to be able to do. A totally new format does not seem to allow for this.
Am I wrong/ Am missing something.
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