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March Madness: Washington Forgets About Jobs

Post by Guest on Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:39 am

Washington is afflicted with its own version of March Madness, and we're not talking college basketball. Call it a severe case of attention disorder. Washington has forgotten that 25 million Americans remain in need of full-time work -- a human calamity and national emergency.


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Re: March Madness: Washington Forgets About Jobs

Post by TR11005 on Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:22 am

MUST READ, excellent article. I agree 1000% and more. Time to march in March. Demand things get done now, not later. End this GOP nonsense. Perhaps the Democrats need to leave until the Republicans can come to there senses. Then harass the Republican politicians in Washington. Just like Wisconsin.

We do need to support the President, but needs a good talking to. We had hoped former President Clinton would have given him good advice, just recently. We are not recovering as fast we should. We will get worse before getting better is the best approach.


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