I love this bill

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    Bill Text - 112th Congress (2011-2012) - THOMAS (Library of Congress)

    `Protecting Jobs From Government Interference Act'

    It's a whole 1 page. One sentence of one page

    One sentence protects jobs. It's beautiful.
     
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    and porotects freedom of choice as well.
     
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    It won't pass the Senate, democrats don't care about protecting jobs, if by some miracle it passed the Senate, the king Marxist will veto.....
     
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    I know. But I can't help but like the fact that there are Republicans submitting and passing bills that:

    1) Decreases the power of the Federal Government
    2) Are less than 2200 pages long
    3) Can be understood by every one without lawyers
    4) Does more to promote job creation and protection than anything Obama has recommended the past 3 years.

    It's a good sign to see politicians doing what they should do.
     
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    Why not just defund the NRLB? Problem Solved. And while they're at it? Defund the EPA which is just as culpable for job losses...even moreso.
     
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    Oh, i'm with ya, i think it's the best piece of legislation propsed in at least 5 years and it's a real freakin shame it won't pass....
     
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    It will be shelved in the Senate by Dingy Harry Reid.
     
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    Repeal the 20th century!! Dittohead misled...

    Read my signature- you're cheering the mega rich corporate elitists who've been ruining the non rich for 30+ years and love the idea of a banana republic...change the channel.
     
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    corporate elitests make house payments mo easy
     
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    So you think government should be able to prevent jobs from being created and that this should be a desired public policy?
     

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