tjfly: And tax rates were much higher. And those jobs went to china because the high pay was uncompetitive. And the dollar was stronger because real debt to GDP was lower so things didn't cost as much which helped sustained hose wages. Not the case today. But you all o on believing that a stock boy should get 50/hr. morons.
Ed Finnerty: So stop shopping at Walmart. It's not rocket surgery.
HotIgneous Intruder: born_yesterday: But if I kiss enough corporate ass like some wanna-be Pinkerton jackass, doesn't that mean I've got a million percent chance of becoming a job creator? The 1% always stands up for their moronic lapdogs, doesn't it?Yeah.And everybody sits at home watching their goggle boxes being programmed to buy things and be aspirational voters for the elites.It's some sad stupid shiat.
Marcus Aurelius: Weaver95: I just love how unified the message is from the corporate press - it's ALWAYS the unions fault when things go wrong. And that's even assuming you can get a story about unions on air in the first place. just look at this recent 'black friday' strike that's being organized against wal-mart. it's fairly easy to learn about via online discussions....but CNN? Fox News? if they mention it at all, it's to either laugh at it or shade the story to make the union organizers as shady people out to steal from 'honest hard working people'...Yeah, and Hostess went under because the labor unions looted the place and left it with a billion dollars in debt, and the poor poor hedge funds had to clean up the mess out of the goodness of their own hearts.Sickening.
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