The Debt Ceiling Debate Is Over. Who is Talking About Jobs?

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  1. Seawytch
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    And you think talking to a union executive committee is going to create more jobs? Those guys have no interest in creating more jobs unless they are union jobs, lots of luck with that.
     
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    Obama has been "talking" a lot about jobs for the past 2 1/2 years. However, it is beyond time that we see some action.
     
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    Now to be fair, we have seen a lot of action from regime Obama concerning jobs.

    Jobs being shipped overseas due to excessive regulation.

    Jobs that should be in South Carolina likely to be moved to China if Obama's NLRB keeps screwing with Boeing.

    How could anyone, in good conscience, say The New Messiah isn't concerned with jobs - and how to get rid of them?
     
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    More accurately, they'll be talking about how the union can assist Obama in his re-election bid.
     
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    Why Obama still can't fix the jobs crisis - War Room - Salon.com

     
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    There are 10 jobs bills, several right of the Pub playbook, being blocked by Pubs, as well as trade bills all ready for votes. Dismal a-holes FOS...
     
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    GDP has been relatively flat for the first 1/2 of this year. Debt ceiling bill will not create jobs. Obie's done; stick a fork in him!
     
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    Unions exploit the workers. The upper hierarchy takes in all of the money and works out a few cents more per hour for the worker while the top stays fat.....and y'all buy it. It's a helluva scheme.
     
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    why yes, I am sure the afl-cio has a lot to add. :rolleyes:

    how about adding 250k jobs ( obamas estimates) by passing the 3 free trade bills that have been sitting for 2 and a half years? Oh wait the afl-cio says no.....:eusa_shhh:
     

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