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Post by WPA Today on Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:53 pm

I posted some interesting stats in my latest blog post:

Keep your chins up! There is nothing wrong with the unemployed, or the long-term unemployed, but there is something seriously wrong with our politics, economy, and culture. Don't ever blame yourself.


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Re: Jobs vs. Arrests

Post by jmainframe on Wed Mar 13, 2013 3:29 am

Couldn't agree more Brent. And don't forget the underemployed (a.k.a. working poor).

This country was built mostly in the mid 1800's to mid 1900's. With an infrastructure as massive as ours, it became virtually impossible to maintain, let alone modernize. Our bridges, roads, and railways are falling apart. It would cost trillions of dollars and decades to repair AND MODERNIZE our infrastructure.

Having said all that, I would like nothing more than to be a part of that effort so that some day I could tell my grandchildren, "I helped rebuild America!".


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Re: Jobs vs. Arrests

Post by WPA Today on Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:02 am

yep, and the new Ryan budget makes cuts to American infrastructure. it's amazing.

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Re: Jobs vs. Arrests

Post by elvis44102 on Wed Mar 13, 2013 1:54 pm

here is a link to Law Enforcement Against Prohibition..

Most of these arrests can be traced to the PROHIBITION of drugs.

this is big business and has had NO effect on availability whatsoever

there are virtually no arrests for "whitecollar" financial CRIME

they actually have a clock on the wesite

8 billion spent so far this year around 500,000 arrests with 2,000 imprisonments

about 170,000 for marriuana


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