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Unemployment Benefits: Extend Them or End Them?

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Unemployment Benefits: Extend Them or End Them?

Post by Guest on Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:30 am

Scott says that extending unemployment insurance is not just important
for sympathetic reasons, but that it also has economic advantages. "If
your goal is to create jobs in terms of stimulating the economy,
economists have determined that investments in unemployment compensation
are the most effective investments you can make," he said, citing studies that show a positive ripple effect
from unemployment insurance as the money spreads through the economy.
"That's in stark contrast to the tax cuts for the wealthy that we just
passed, which will generate virtually no economic impact."


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Re: Unemployment Benefits: Extend Them or End Them?

Post by Guest on Sun Feb 27, 2011 10:49 am

They really need to halt all unemployment benefits extensions.

Why? Because they will see, very quickly, just how fast the American people will turn on its own government. Not only that, but it would hasten our economic decline, force more businesses to close its doors and we would see our own decline as a country equal that of Haiti.

Unemployment is desperately needed as a temporary fix until our own elected representatives start creating jobs. They have failed the American People so miserably that it's not going to be much longer before American decide that "enough is enough."

There's a change coming and those in Washington better start doing the right thing. Otherwise, our country is going to become embroiled in a revolution that will make the protests in Egypt seem like a stroll in the park.


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