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Boom: Romney Campaign Releases Aggressive Medicare Ad

LearningCommunity Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 10:52 PM
Mary Anne. So do you think the number is higher? Interesting. Actually I think the number is lower, but I was being generous. And you are correct that many of those jobs are low paying jobs. And given the amount of debt these kids are in it is a tough time to be a grad. But, giving tax breaks to international corporations so they can move the jobs to India and China to support the growing markets there is not going to bring jobs here. Plus most kids are taught in a religious framework where science and technology are evil so they cannot get jobs in the tech sector.
Bob F. RVN70-71 Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 11:13 PM
LC wrote: "Plus most kids are taught in a religious framework where science and technology are evil so they cannot get jobs in the tech sector."

1) Where did you get that idea? Don;t the majority of kids go to public schools?

2) "Religious" people (whatever that means) don't believe science and technology are evil. We just do not agree with junk science such as the belief in anthropogenic global warming. Many of us believe in either Creation or Intelligent Design, but that doesn't mean we reject parts of evolutionary theory such as natural selection.
mary anne24 Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 11:03 PM
I keep hearing about college grads who can't afford their loans and are all living home because they are so desperate.

Yesterday, I urged the Romney campaign to go on "aggressive, sustained offense" over Medicare.  Not only is the bipartisan Romney-Ryan plan to save the social safety net and control the national debt entirely defensible, President Obama's previous actions and current non-plan are eminently assailable.  Today, Team Romney has demonstrated that it is fully prepared to throw a hard punch.  Up next?  Sustain it.  This is excellent: