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Obama's Public Sector Full Employment Plan

Michael1242 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 6:40 PM
First slanted statement is that the Democrats don't know what the private sector means. This is also true of the Republican party and their corporate (business married to the government.) supporters. State and local govnerments are only more in trouble than the Fed, because they can't print their own money." Both Republicans and Democrats have set up a government that lies about the real unemployment rates. I say fire all Democrats and Republicans in office. That would certainly downsize all governments from the Fed to the local idiots. Romney will be an also ran. If that was the best the Republican voters could come up with, then I plan on a future United States that will continue to slide backwards, deeper and deeper into debt.
WS2 Wrote: Jun 16, 2012 10:37 AM
Michael, that in total inanity. Look at the list of contributors to the man-child messiah's reelection campaign. Seem's to me that there is an awful lot of corporations, Wall St. types and 1 percenters to me.
MoonYogert Wrote: Jun 15, 2012 7:35 AM
By slanted statement, do you mean "the truth"?
State and local governments are in LESS trouble because they can't print money (as long as they are under Republican leadership). Scott Walker ring a bell?
Republicans take corporate money and promiss to curb regulation. Democrats take corporate money and promiss kickbacks by granting contracts for over priced tax payer funded projects.
Which party is better for the nation?
Mark1369 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 9:00 PM
Sorry that isn't what will happen if Romney is elected as you clearly don't understand his governorship was run by a Democratic legislature with Dems 80%. How do you think he could be a true Republican with that kind of legislature that he vetoed many spending bills that the Democratic legislature overrode. If we get enough conservatives in Congress and the Senate then you will see how you are wrong.

Last week, President Obama said "the private sector is doing fine." This was not reassuring to those of us who suspect the Democrats haven't the first idea what "private sector" means.

He did not help matters by becoming lachrymose over the suffering of public sector employees: "Where we're seeing weaknesses in our economy have to do with state and local government. ... And so, if Republicans want to be helpful, if they really want to move forward and put people back to work, what they should be thinking about is, how do we help state and local governments ..."

When Democrats...