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The Republican Job Creators Myth

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The Republican Job Creators Myth

Post by Guest on Sun May 29, 2011 12:21 am

On Thursday, John Boehner and the House Republican leadership team unveiled their "Plan for America's Job Creators." As he repeatedly made clear before the Economic Club of New York and again on CBS Face the Nation, Boehner's "job creators" are the top two percent of income earners whose Bush tax cuts President Obama has proposed ending. And that presents a bit of problem for the Republicans. After all, George W. Bush's tax breaks for the wealthy sadly coincided with the worst period of job creation of any president since Herbert Hoover. Which means the GOP plan for America's job creators is just another tax cut windfall for the gilded class.

http://crooksandliars.com/jon-perr/republican-job-creators-myth

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Re: The Republican Job Creators Myth

Post by mj33 on Sun May 29, 2011 12:29 am

Simply put, they don't care to listen and/or yet recognize the dire need we are in and until we speak up enough to one of the large advocacy groups that currently exist who can maybe themselves learn statistically what category we are in, as exhaustees, as to education, constraints in assistance programs (excluded from everything except for adjusted SNAP program), we will be like living slaves, just in our cars or tents. Many of us cannot go back for retraining our school anyhow as that program needs completely revamped being that we do not qualify.

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