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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.

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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