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Jobs: An Angry Dissent

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Jobs: An Angry Dissent

Post by Guest on Thu Jun 09, 2011 11:56 pm

Never before in American history has unemployment been so high, yet neither the president nor Congress pushes for a major jobs bill. With so many Americans crushed by personal and family economic tragedy, there is no attempt to enact any program worth a damn to help the jobless, except by House Democrats, whom I credit for trying.

My mission here is to give voice to the jobless, who have little voice in this town. I must offend some friends as well as adversaries.

I angrily dissent from the lack of a major jobs program. I angrily dissent from a Federal Reserve policy that provided some $20 trillion to bankers in the greatest trickle-down exercise in world history, which created vast wealth at the top, rampant speculation throughout markets, the cash-starving of small businesses and a tidal wave of foreclosures by bailed-out bankers who showed neither common sense, basic decency nor economic patriotism. Then they whine to the media that their feelings are hurt because they are unpopular.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brent-budowsky/jobs-an-angry-dissent_b_870422.html

We need to contact this writer! He is the voice for the unemployed!

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Post by Guest on Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:07 pm

Sent him a thank you note and I agree

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