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Of Course: Unions Are Exempt from Anti-Extortion Laws

Horribilus Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 8:14 AM
"Imagine a state the size of Kentucky or Louisiana not having any jobs. That’s extremely harmful to the long-term future of the country and it will take at least a generation to repair the damage." I would love to see some hard data on this piece of hyperbole.
comsense08 Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 9:41 AM
Horribilus, Why is it you liberals throw out all sorts of numbers for years with absolutely no backing, and yet when nailed down to a point, the fist thing you want is data to prove the point? And even after you throw out your bogus numbers and you are proven wrong with them, you continue to stand firm, in the face of such proof. So why would anyone provide you with the numbers when A) you won't find them on your own and B) you won't accept them when they are provided?
A American Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 8:44 AM
just add up the numbers, add in the unemployed who fell off the scale, add back in the disables who were removed from the unemployment list. then compare it to state population, you will see it is correct.

ModMark wrote: One of the coal plants shut down in Chicago was built ~90 years ago. While upgraded in the 1950's. it still did not meet EPA standards before Obama was elected. These plants were grandfather in when the clean air act was past. These ancient relics should have been converted to natural gas long ago.Do you really want to live next to one of these ancient plants? –in response to Obama Promise Kept: Coal Plants to go Bankrupt with New EPA Carbon Cap

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The building was built 90 years ago, but the...

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