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Anti-Job Lobbying Job Catching Up with Obama

Tom1658 Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 1:50 PM
Consider that the teachers, journalists and lawyers are all coming out of the same indoctrination centers (US colleges and universities.) This is indeed an uphill battle. The libs have been running academia for decades now to the detriment of the country. The teachers exert a strong influence on young minds, too often without a strong counter-view at home (or church.) The journalists drink the kool-aid then spend their careers regurgitating it instead of presenting "news" in an objective fashion. The lawyers go to law school, many of them so that they can enter politics. A Congress full of lawyers is a huge conflict of interest. Truly frightening.
Tom1658 Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 8:59 AM
Richard31 - this is a vitally important point! Local and state elections and congressional elections are even more important than the presidential election. As crucial as it is to remove Obama from office it is even more important to elect conservatives to congress.
Richard31 Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 5:18 PM
Exactly why the non-Federal elections are just as important. Get people into your State Legislature that will crack down on the universities and community colleges that produce the indoctrinators. Get people into your County or Parish governing bodies that will crack down on the unions that are simply ways to funnel money to the "Progressive" politicians and propaganda arms. Get people into your School Board that will crack down on the Marxists, Socialists, and other "useful idiots" and that will get actual teachers into the classroom.

There is a lot of work to be done, top to bottom.

This is getting ridiculous.

Now would be a really good time for Obama to re-think the Keystone Pipeline. And Dodd-Frank. And Obamacare. And ANYTHING the EPA  rules against outside of its own cafeteria.

Maybe lobbying and regulating against measures that would create jobs isn’t the right message a presidential reelection aspirant wants to project to the American people.

It occurs to me that maybe- I’m reaching here- the American people value the… um… jobs that would come along with the pipeline.

About 200,000-300,000 jobs would be created by the $7 billion pipeline project according to various estimate, including the estimates...

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