Another New Deal WPA Needed

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  1. LogikAndReazon
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    Tax subsidized civil servants for infrastructure, social work and more !!!

    it takes a communal village...............lol
     
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    Shaft by telling your REPUBLICAN rep to stop holding up the THREE MILLION JOBS highway bill.

    If you remember, the only way they would pass it was with the idiotic anti-woman Blunt Amendment. The Ds stopped them so now, the new game is that they won't pass it Unless they get their "death panel".

    They're lying, as usual ... When Blunt's amendment was attached, thebsaid we had the money. Without it, suddenly, they say there's not enough money.

    Three million jobs and the pubs are playing politics.
     
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    Looks like the rw's don't want to admit the Rs are screwing us out of three million jobs.

    What have the pubs done to produce jobs?

    Not a damn thing except filibuster against jobs bills.
     
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    Yes please... extend the depression like FDR and Hoover did.

    Read some history and try and not look at the R or D, just the policies and the times.
     
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    O lied about the stimulus, shovel ready jobs. It's time to move on.
     
  6. LogikAndReazon
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    Not to mention hiring an army of unemployed leftwing writers, hacks, acivists, artists and socialists to document, fantasize, inflate, propagandize and swoon over its collective "triumphs".....................
     
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    THe period from 1934-1944 saw the higher economic growth ever. 1934-1937 saw economic growth grow ten percent a year.
    Soperhaops take your own advice because clearly you know nothing
     
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    And yet people starved in the streets.

    FDR was lucky to send 14% of the poor UE population to war, lol.
     
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    And yet people starved in the streets.

    FDR was lucky to send 14% of theAmerican population to war, wonder if it was the UE and poor by any chance, lol.
     
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    Granny say we on dat slippery slope into dat double-dip recession...
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    Weak US job figures for May hit markets
    1 June 2012 - Stock markets have fallen following worse-than-expected US job figures.
     

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