Reagan Trajectory Of "The Sun King(?)!"

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    Louis XIV is even famous for chairs. The Monarchies of France also knew about government payrolls.

    Not surprisingly, any Reagan Trajectory follower, of that "Entrepreneurial Spirit" certain: Knows about them, too!

    Big Government Gets Bigger - washingtonpost.com

    Rule 1, of the Hidden Workforce: No Inner City Blacks. Rule 2, of the Hidden Workforce: No Inner City Hispanics, unless "jobs that the Hidden Workforce won't do themselves,' are involved. Rule 3, of the Hidden Workforce: No homeless.

    For a top job, it also useful to live somewhere near Sidwell Friends school, and learn pricey things.

    Everyone knows that the federal government is all about re-distributing income. Just ask anyone. As of 2006, the 14.6 federal largesse employees were still only being counted as 1.9 million, so as not to give this important understanding of the role of the federal government away(?). Outsourcing also means, "Out of Mind," or however "outasight" is actually meant. And so there is a Hidden Advantaged class, crossing-over when the "Spirit" moves them.

    Point: The Entrepreneurial Spirit doesn't work. Clearly, It takes a Village(?)--like at Versailles--to make a Reagan Trajectory work!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Anyone would guess that it took a Lafayette, to make this happen! In their quaint manner of phrasing, "Egalitaire, My Aching Arse!" would seem to come to mind, along with pastry!"
     
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    So if the labor force is 155.0 mil. people, and about 10% of that is unemployed, and another 10% is at the high income federal trough, and another 10% is unhappily employed, and a lot of the remainder are two-earner households, and the average hourly workweek is about 33 hours: That doesn't leave much of a middle(?), with anything(?)! There is likely a standing military in there, in addition, in fact.

    80% of some surveys think that the recession has not ended, and famous confidence indicators don't show any.

    How could this possibly be happening: With all the bureaucrat, public school teachers, $300,000.00 per year faculty, and all the federal contractors: In apparently receipt of the $0.75 tril. stimulus money, in addition to what they already have?

    Could this be "intendant," or, however that is spelled. Could it be considered Crass, at all?! Everyone knows that Wall Street is not involved in any of this at all(?)! Everyone knows that they don't get any of the tax money at all(?)! They get "investments!" Even Bernie Madoff got caught, after paying some off.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (It could be called something else, anyone guesses!)
     
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    So federal workers tend to be paid more than the entrepreneurial, spirited counterparts. That tends to mean a pricey demand input when comparing and contrasting the 1.9 mil., excluding postal workers and Department of Defense.

    Fed pay: Rank-and-file tops private average, managers fall below - USATODAY.com

    So if a Laissez Faire Works, Like In Pre-Revolution France(?)--including when Louis XIV created the bureaucracy--the "Laizzez-Faire" regulators are the prime-movers of any high-price paying, credit card -paying, supply and demand types of markets(?)! Apparently, Reagan invented that(?), or at least did the, "I Shall Return," photo-op--again, and again, and again, like before. There were likely more takes of that one landing craft, then Senator McCain's own drunken daddy, could find the stairways in all the houses: To fall down!

    1) The unemployed probably don't have the money to pay the prices and the credit cards.
    2) The various welfare eligible probably don't have the money to pay the prices and the credit cards.
    3) The working poor, variously estimated at $9.90 per hour and below, for a family of four with two incomes (needing an over $42,000 per year)--at the average hourly workweek of 33 hours(?), which is ($9.90 x 33 x 52) x 2 = $33,876,80(?)--probably don't have the money to pay the prices and the multiple-needed credit cards.
    4) The social security, retired or disabled households, at $1000.00 or $2000.00 per month--probably don't have the money to pay the prices and the multiple-needed credit cards. Officially, in most states, the poverty level is $22,000.00 or so, except in two states, where it is more(?), and a lot more.

    This "Shining City On A Hill," GOP President Reagan, knew a thing or two about what at least he was talking about.

    The article citied shows the average federal pay at about $60,000.00 per person per year, as opposed to the $40,000.00 per person per year in the comparable private sector jobs. And there are more federal jobs than anyone counts. There is a Service Employees Act of 1965, for example, which sets federal contractor amounts.

    And anyone guesses that post Obama, "The Sun King's," Stimulus--who may be following in the more recent, clueless tradition of the recent GOP, after all--That the Hidden and Visible, federally employed: Are not precisely, at all, "feeling any pain!" It is not entirely clear if they pay any FICA taxes. It is abundantly clear that the unemployment part, may not be getting deducted in some, "fairness in taxation" kind of basis.

    They don't need it, why should they pay! The Sun King knew about these kinds of people.

    There is a Punahou School In America, off the coast. They're probably hoping for a Western White House, along with a lot of federally funded tourists, even now. (It's actually coming into the time of their prime season!)

    Help is no doubt on the way! And likely, Change they can believe in: Will soon arrive, too!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (At least anyone sees, the "New World Order(?)" of civilization, that the GOP cross-over voters understand! The GOP rank-and-file still have no clue, after Bush especially, about Reagan! The Ivy League, mainly, seems to have understood this!)
     
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