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80 Million Manufacturing Jobs Lost

Post by Guest on Mon Jul 04, 2011 10:53 pm

If the conservatives want to talk about HOW EXCEPTIONAL America is this FOURTH OF JULY, they better also talk about the American EXCEPTIONAL standard of living that has been under assault by the corporations and conservative free market, free traders who shipped our jobs overseas in search for cheaper labor.

EIGHTY MILLION JOBS will be lost, let that sink in.

Africa will be our children’s “China” within the next generation if we don’t change our economic policies and stop listening to the lies from the GOP leaders.

The Republican Party has never defended middle class wages. As wages went down for many of us, the GOP’s solution wasn’t to increase our standard of living, it was to reduce taxes on the wealthy and they will voluntarily share their profits with the workers. How has that worked out for the rest of us, seeing that 88% of income growth went to corporate profits and only 1% went to workers since 2009?

http://www.politicususa.com/en/80-million-manufacturing-jobs-lost

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