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    Re: NYT: Majority Of New Jobs Pay Low Wages, Study Says

    Modern day USA is as friendly to business as just about any other country in the developed world
    CNN: U.S. corporate tax rate #1 in the world - Mar. 27, 2012

    but obama's JOBS CZAR, head of the commission that never meets, has found a way---jeffrey immelt

    General Electric Paid No Federal Taxes in 2010, Shipped Jobs Overseas - ABC News

    disappointed?

    leadership, anyone?

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    Re: NYT: Majority Of New Jobs Pay Low Wages, Study Says

    Quote Originally Posted by Born Free View Post
    Unless parents can afford a private school they are forced to be taught by incompetent teachers that can't be fired
    and often in schools that are outright dangerous, you would add

    bobby jindal in louisiana has an answer---he will free up ALL kids, via vouchers, to mass exodus from any and every pelican state school that is failing

    Review & Outlook: Jindal's Education Moon Shot - WSJ.com

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    Re: NYT: Majority Of New Jobs Pay Low Wages, Study Says

    Quote Originally Posted by Born Free View Post
    When was that?



    Got it, so the more people on food stamps the stronger the economy, and that's the resource to creating an economy from the bottom up.
    Mid to late 20th century.

    No, food stamp participation is oft a sign of a weak economy as you well know, but food stamps themselves are not a burden on the economy because the frequency said benefits are place back into circulation within the local community, affecting local grocers, produce farmers and shipping companies in a positive manner. In any case such benefits provide an excellent alternative to the poor being forced to pay for absolute necessities out of whatever savings they may have stored away, such a situation would prove to be an immediate drag on the economy.

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