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Cero Empleos Creados En Agosto

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[b] [color=#0000ff][b][size=4]Ya que Obama se invento la categoria de "created or saved", ahora le vamos a dar una nueva categoria de empleos: "destroyed or prevented".[/size][/b][/color][/b]



[b] Economy Gains No Jobs in August, Rate Holds at 9.1%[/b]

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The US economy created no jobs and the unemployment rate held steadily higher at 9.1 percent in August, fueling concerns that the US is heading for another recession.[/size][/font][/color]

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It was the first time since World War II that the economy had a net zero jobs created for a month[/size][/font][/color]
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Economists had been expecting the report to show a net of 75,000 jobs created, an unusually low number considering the US is technically more than two years removed from the end of the last crisis.[/size][/font][/color]
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Markets had been closely watching the August report in hopes that the employment picture would begin to show signs of recovery.[/size][/font][/color]
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Stocks have slumped more than 10 percent since the beginning of May as concerns grew that the debt and deficit problem was beginning to overwhelm hopes of a recovery following the depths of the financial crisis in 2008 and 2009.[/size][/font][/color]
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[b][b][url="http://www.cnbc.com/id/44369704/"][b]Stock market futures added to losses[/b][/url] [/b][/b]following the report, while bond prices rose.[/size][/font][/color]
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Private payrolls actually created 17,000 jobs, but was offset by continued shrinkage in government. The number of people unemployed remained unchanged at 14 million.[/size][/font][/color]
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Average hourly earnings slid cents to $23.09.[/size][/font][/color]
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Among the more disturbing numbers: the amount of people "marginally attched to the labor force" rose to 2.6 million from 2.4 million. These are workers not included in the unemployment count because they had not sought work in the past four weeks but have looked in the past year.[/size][/font][/color]
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Health care and mining saw more jobs in the month, but inflation and government both posted substantial losses. It was unclear how much impact the Verizon strike, where 45,000 walked off their jobs for two weeks, had on the total count.[/size][/font][/color]
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President Obama is set to deliver a speech to Congress on Thursday [b][b][url="http://www.cnbc.com/id/44352004/"][b]that will outline the administration's jobs plan[/b][/url] [/b][/b]as the 2012 election nears. The jobless rate has stayed stubbornly high during the president's term despite more than $800 billion in stimulus spending and the addition of more than $4 trillion to the national debt.

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However, the economy remains mired at 1 percent growth, and a report this week showed [b][b][url="http://www.cnbc.com/id/44355672/"][b]manufacturing edging toward contraction levels[/b][/url][/b][/b].[/size][/font][/color]
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[color=#0000ff][size=4][b]Mr. Obama, please STOP your Class Warfare, please STOP squandering our money, please STOP drowning businesses in regulation, and please STOP threatening those job creators with higher taxes.[/b][/size][/color][/size][/font][/color]

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Donde estan los empleos que prometio el lloron???? Se han dedicado a hacer campaña politica, a bloquear todo del Presidente y hasta faltarle el respeto al Presidente.....por eso es que van a perder......los republicanos al tratar de joder al Presidente estan jodiendo al pueblo.....ojala los metan a todos en una hoguera y los quemen.......:moron:



[b] MR. BOEHNER: WHERE ARE THE JOBS?![/b]


[b][color=#ff0000]Since the Republicans took control of the House , they have not passed one jobs creation bill. Not one.[/color][/b]

[url="http://www.adpemploymentreport.com/indexSBR.aspx"]Here is a list of the bills they have blocked.[/url]


[size=5][b][color=#FF0000]Republicans said if they took control of the House of Representatives they would start creating jobs. This is a list of some of the things they’ve done, instead of creating jobs. Click on each example to find a link to an article regarding that issue. [/color][/b][/size]
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[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.politico.com/blogs/glennthrush/1109/Boehner_mixes_up_Constitution_and_Declaration.html"]Symbolically read the constitution, skipped parts of it, and also read part of the Declaration of Independence, while still claiming to be reading the constitution.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/06/two-house-republicans-vot_n_805423.html"]2 Congressman swore themselves in by watching the swearing-in ceremony on TV, without actually attending. They later had to be sworn in again, and 2 of their votes were deemed invalid since they had not been properly sworn in.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.politicsdaily.com/2011/01/19/house-gop-repeals-health-care-law-in-symbolic-vote/"]“Symbolically” voted to repeal the healthcare bill. Spent hours debating it beforehand, even though they knew it was purely symbolic and would not become law.[/url][/color]
[*][url="http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/145245-republicans-attempt-to-defund-qnefariousq-global-warming-research-group"]Attempting to de-fund Global Warming research.[/url]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.healthcareexchange.com/blog/michael-gomes/house-passes-budget-and-attempts-defund-parts-patient-protection-and-affordable-c"]Attempting to defund healthcare, which is also mostly symbolic.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://veracitystew.com/2011/03/03/budget-woes-stop-the-war-on-the-middle-class-video/"]Proposed a budget that would cut billions of dollars in aid to the poor, the homeless, and women and children. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://veracitystew.com/2011/03/03/budget-woes-stop-the-war-on-the-middle-class-video/"]Extended the Patriot Act.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/2011/02/house-inches-toward-final-vote-on-spending-measure.html"]Attempted to cut all funding for Planned Parenthood and PBS. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://chronicle.com/article/House-Republicans-Spending/126356/"]Attempted to redefine rape to no longer include statutory rape, incest rape, or drugged rape. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://chronicle.com/article/House-Republicans-Spending/126356/"]Cut Pell Grants[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://coreysviews.wordpress.com/2011/03/04/republicans-budget-cut-plans-include-cutting-1-1-billion-from-head-start-depriving-services-for-218000-children-1-3-billion-from-community-health-centers-taking-primary-health-care-from-11-mill/#comment-2195"]Attempting to cut 1 billion dollars from Head Start. This would mean that over 200,000 kids would lose their spots in preschool. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.opencongress.org/articles/view/2148-DADT-Repeal-Isn-t-Law-Yet-But-Republicans-Are-Already-Trying-to-Repeal-It"]Working on adding guidelines to delay implementation of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repeal, despite overwhelming support for its repeal. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=1256"]Proposed a bill that would let a hospitalized pregnant woman die instead of having a life saving abortion, if she needed it.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2011/03/08/134363539/hearing-on-muslim-radicalization-is-needed-islamic-forum-founder-says"]Holding hearings into “radicalization” in the American Muslim community.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=912"]Attempted to cut money to Veterans. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=1525"]1 married Republican congressman was found to be looking for women on craigslist. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?page_id=1637"]Refused to compromise on a budget and are threatening a Government shutdown, which will put thousands of people out of work.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=771"]Made 2 responses to President Obama’s State of the Union Address. Neither of them offered any real solutions to create jobs. [/url][/color]
[*][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=895"][color=#333333]Currently considering privatizing Medicare.[/color][/url]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=1625"]Voted to fund chemical contraception for wild horses, but voted to cut funding for contraception for human women.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=1788"]Voted to continue spending millions of tax payer dollars to sponsor a NASCAR racecar. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=1816"]Michelle Bachmann stated she believes Glenn Beck is qualified to solve the budget deficit.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/28/john-boehner-doma-likely-_n_829159.html"]John Boehner has decided to use the Congress to defend DOMA in court, since the Justice Department will no longer defend it. [/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?p=2427"]Voted against letting the last surviving, American, World War 1 veteran be honored in the Capitol building’s rotunda, after he passed away.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://www.addictinginfo.org/?page_id=1795"]John Boehner has said himself that if jobs are lost because of his proposed cuts to the budget “so be it”.[/url][/color]
[*][color=#333333][url="http://addictinginfo.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/boehner.jpg"]John Boehner has cried excessively over his own personal history, but has not cried once for the millions of Americans who lost their jobs thanks to policies he supported while Bush was President. Policies he still supports.[/url][/color]
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Even more important is the item that was burried in the KC Star report on this item:

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics also revised downward the 117,000 gains reported for July, taking away 32,000 jobs reported for July and 26,000 reported for June.
The national unemployment rate in August stayed at 9.1 percent.


Read more: [url="http://www.kansascity.com/2011/09/02/3116341/august-job-creation-a-big-zero.html#ixzz1Wo4Kfzxj"]http://www.kansascity.com/2011/09/02/3116341/august-job-creation-a-big-zero.html#ixzz1Wo4Kfzxj[/url]"

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[b]Y yo apoyo todos esos recortes en un presupuesto federal que ha aumentado 25% mientras la economia solo ha crecido 2%. Muy bien hecho por los republicanos![/b]


[b][color=#FF0000]"Since the Republicans took control of the House , they have not passed one jobs creation bill. Not one."[/color][/b]

Aqui esta el jobs creation bill:

1. Darle un tapaboca a Obama cuando empieze a amedrentar con mas impuestos a los que crean trabajos.
2. Amarrar al EPA, al FCC, al NLRB y a cualquier agencia federal que le de por aumentarle las regulaciones y el 'red tape' a los que crean esos trabajos.
3. Ponerle en el teleprompter a Obama que el va a extender y a hacer permanente los "Obama Tax Cuts" (formely Bush's) para que los creadores de empleos tengan ese dinero para invertir, gastar, y crecer sus negocios, y no lo esten guardando para cuando les suban los taxes poder pagarlo (como estan haciendo ahora).


Lo que pasa Mima es que tu y los liberales y estatistas tienen la nocion que el gobierno o la legislatura crea trabajos. Nosotros conservadores SABEMOS que la industria libre y privada es la que crea los trabajos cuando el gobierno se sale del medio.

Asi que no importa los articulos que tu pongas de lo que los republicanos "han dejado de hacer", ya que es eso exactamente lo que crea empleos: dejar de amarrar a la empresa privada.

[b]De alguna manera 300 millones de ciudadanos americanos (de 6000 millones en el planeta) crearon 25% de la riqueza del mundo entero, y no fue gracias a mas regulaciones y mas taxes. [/b]


Mima la gente (y hasta tu en tu 'sport politics') se estan dando cuenta que este tren de gastos que los democratas tratan de sostener an~o tras an~o es simplemente insostenible. Mientras tu tienes a la izquierda en el Congreso y a la rama ejecutiva completamente sordomuda a la situacion del pais, el pais se esta dando cuenta que esta gente es administrativamente disfuncional y que no merecen estar donde estan. A Barack Obama lo elegieron como el mesias de todo para todo el mundo y lo que ha hecho es decepcionar a todos, y las va a pagar caras en Noviembre del 2012.

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Wow darle un tapaboca al Presidente??....con razon los seguidores de estos idiotas republicanos son tan cafres y vulgares aparte que le faltan el respeto a los demas.....lo aprenden de sus lideres...que ninguno vale un peo de cabra.....son muy pocos que apoyan basuras sus candidatos. Vuelvo y pregunto donde estan los empleos que prometieron los republicanos?????? O es que ahora tienen otras excusas baratas....... :WAL:

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Exactamente como lo dije, darle un tapaboca y llenarle la boca de funche con la primera silaba que empieze a hablar de subirle los taxes a los que producen los trabajos en el pais.

La industria privada esta sentada sobre mas de 2 trillones de dolares en cash esperando a ver si Obama les va a subiir los taxes o no. no se atreven a invertir el dinero ya que si lo gastan y Obama les sube los taxes se quedan cortos y se les descuadran las cuentas. Hasta que Obama deje de amedrentar a la industria privada, los empleos no se van a crear.

Cuan dificil es eso de entender Mima? Cuantas veces tengo que decir lo mismo, y cuantas veces tengo que pronosticar el futuro para que ustedes se den cuenta?

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Lo que Barack le canta a sus ciegos seguidores que van a votar por el como quiera:

[url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTcu7MCtuTs&ob=av3e"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTcu7MCtuTs&ob=av3e[/url]


Oh I did my homework and discovered you were a marxist, Mr. President, voted enthusiastically against you, and predicted here in Cafe Boricua exactly what's happening right now.

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Y esta es la cancion que los republicanos/teaparty les cantaran a los morones que voten por ellos como quiera....


[YouTube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZYE6DhAoQM[/YouTube]

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Me voy a cambiar el nombre de Artaguito a "The Oracle of Cafe Boricua". Mira lo que dije esta manana:

[color=#ff0000][i]Aqui esta el jobs creation bill:

1. Darle un tapaboca a Obama cuando empieze a amedrentar con mas impuestos a los que crean trabajos.
2. [b]Amarrar al EPA[/b], al FCC, al NLRB y a cualquier agencia federal que le de por aumentarle las regulaciones y el 'red tape' a los que crean esos trabajos.[/i][/color]

Mira lo que acabo de leer:


[b] Obama halts controversial EPA regulation[/b]

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[url="http://news.yahoo.com/obama-halts-controversial-epa-regulation-143731156.html"]http://news.yahoo.com/obama-halts-controversial-epa-regulation-143731156.html[/url]


[color=#0000ff]WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Friday scrapped his administration's controversial plans to tighten smog rules, bowing to the demands of congressional Republicans and some business leaders.[/color]
[color=#0000ff]Obama overruled the Environmental Protection Agency — and the unanimous opinion of its independent panel of scientific advisers — and directed administrator Lisa Jackson to withdraw the proposed regulation to reduce concentrations of ground-level ozone, smog's main ingredient. The decision rests in part on reducing regulatory burdens and uncertainty for businesses at a time of rampant uncertainty about an unsteady economy.[/color]
[color=#0000ff]The announcement came shortly after a new government report on private sector employment showed that businesses essentially added no new jobs last month — and that the jobless rate remained stuck at a historically high 9.1 percent.[/color]
[color=#0000ff]The withdrawal of the proposed regulation marks the latest in a string of retreats by Obama in the face of Republican opposition. Last December, he shelved, at least until the end of 2012, his insistence that Bush-era tax cuts should no longer apply to the wealthy. Earlier this year he avoided a government shutdown by agreeing to Republican demands for budget cuts. And this summer he acceded to more than a $1 trillion in spending reductions, with more to come, as the price for an agreement to raise the nation's debt ceiling.[/color]

[color=#0000ff]A spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, had muted praise for the White House, saying that withdrawal of the smog regulation was a good first step toward removing obstacles that are blocking business growth.[/color]
[color=#0000ff]"But it is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to stopping Washington Democrats' agenda of tax hikes, more government 'stimulus' spending, and increased regulations, which are all making it harder to create more American jobs," Boehner spokesman Michael Steel said.[/color]
Y mas abajo:
[color=#0000ff]The proposed smog standard was estimated to cost anywhere between $19 billion and $90 billion, depending on how strict it would be.[/color]

Aunque por pura politica (esta asustaito) Obama hizo lo correcto.

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I guess they still serve waffles for breakfast at the pale crib...

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Ese ha de ser el tema musical que cantaran los "progresivos" a su presidente en el 2012... Edited by charlie319

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Debemos tener fe en que Barack, la proxima semana presente su programa secreto
donde aparte de echarle la culpa de todo a Bush y a los republicanos, se invente
algo y que para mejorar la economia y ese algo sera aumentar los impuestos.
Es responsabilidad de Barack y no del Congreso el resolver esta crisis economica
pues si la hubiese resuelto estaria anunciandolo a los cuatro vientos. Acaso
es culpa de Bush y de los republicanos si la economia va mal pero el credito
es de Barack si la economia mejora. Ademas durante los primeros dos anos
de su reinado Barack controlo las tres ramas del gobierno y aun asi ha sido
un fracaso y dejen que los costos del Obamacare aparezcan que ni para papel
de inodoro aparecera dinero. EL Barack se comporta como un candidato politico
y no como un presidente.....eso no es ser lider......
Es increible que con tanta evidencia objetiva del fracaso del Barack como
administrador exista gente que aun le preste el voto.....INCREIBLE y lamentable.

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Hay que esperar que vengan Perry, Bachmann, Romney , Palin y demas idiotas a salvarnos.....cuando uno de estos idiotas sean Presidente nos salvaran....yo quiero saber cual es el plan de ellos.....cual es el plan de Boehner, que han hecho los republicanos desde que llegaron a la camara , aparte de llorar como nenas, e insultar al Presidente, los democratas y sus seguidores....... Cual es el plan para la clase media, como van a crear empleos???? Los republicanos se estan comportando como candidatos politicos y no lideres..... Hasta ahora los republicanos han fracasado y es INCREIBLE y lamentable como aun hay idiotas que les prestan el voto..


Recuerden las promesas de campaña de Boehner......

Boehner promised: Cut spending, [b][color=#ff0000]create jobs[/color][/b] and change how Washington
works.

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[quote name='mimapr' timestamp='1315053634' post='2937176']
Hay que esperar que vengan Perry, Bachmann, Romney , Palin y demas idiotas a salvarnos.....cuando uno de estos idiotas sean Presidente nos salvaran....yo quiero saber cual es el plan de ellos.....cual es el plan de Boehner, que han hecho los republicanos desde que llegaron a la camara , aparte de llorar como nenas, e insultar al Presidente, los democratas y sus seguidores....... Cual es el plan para la clase media, como van a crear empleos???? Los republicanos se estan comportando como candidatos politicos y no lideres..... Hasta ahora los republicanos han fracasado y es INCREIBLE y lamentable como aun hay idiotas que les prestan el voto..


Recuerden las promesas de campaña de Boehner......

Boehner promised: Cut spending, [b][color=#ff0000]create jobs[/color][/b] and change how Washington
works.
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El hecho que tengas que hablar "de salvarnos" en el 3er an~o de presidencia de Obama delata tu reconocimiento de su fracaso.


Boehner ha controlado la mitad de un tercio del gobierno federal por una quinta parte del tiempo que Barack Obama ha sido presidente.

Asi que multiplica Mima: 1x.5x.33x.2= .033

O sea Mima con solo 3.3% del poder cuantitativo del gobierno federal en los ultimos 3 an~os, los republicanos son ahora los responsables de crear trabajos? En que planeta?

Pero si, los republicanos en la Camara estan haciendo lo mas posible para crear empleos: Frenandole y dandole reversa a todas y cada una de las medidas anti-capitalistas que los socialistas en la administracion de Obama se les ocurra o hayan enactado.

[b]Los republicanos pasaron un presupuesto y pasaron Cut, Cap and Balance. Barack Obama con ya 900 dias sin pasar un presupuesto de gobierno sera conocido como 'The Budget-less President'. Porque?[/b]

Cuando tu tienes un presidente ahorcando a la gansa que pone los huevos de oro (el capitalismo de la empresa privada), no puedes pretender que se generen trabajos. Tienes que primero obligar a ese presidente que la suelte como hizo un poco cuando esta semana elimino esas nuevas regulaciones del EPA que le hubiesen costado hasta 90 billones a la empresa privada.

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Ay Artaguito, lo que escribi fue sarcasmo....solo una persona sin cerebro lo hubiese interpretado de otra forma.....mijito estas tan fanatizado que ni entiendes....pobrecito!!!!

Mira los embustes que dice el lloron como tu......jajajajajaja Que mucha mierda habla como algunos por aqui.... :whistle:

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwBbcn40X8c[/media]

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Pero Mima observa el video tres o cuatro veces mas, Boehner no dice nada que sea falso! Los republicanos si aprobaron esas medidas (y el Senado Democrata le voto en contra) y Obama si fracaso en crear trabajos con el Estimulo.

Es correcto que la unica manera de crear trabajos es cuando las empresas privadas crecen su capitalismo y necesitan mas empleados.


Por lo menos me alegro que estes poniendo aqui videos buenos, aunque no los entiendas todavia.

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Veamos como la máquina corporatócrata y el capitalismo influye el job market. Los capitalistas suelen ostentar que el mercado libre y abierto se encarga de auto-regularse. Bull$h:t! Eso nunca ha sucedido, al contrario es ese mismo el problema, y es la razón por la cual el hueco entre el rico y el pobre se está volviendo mas y mas grande.

Tratar el desempleo como un problema de mercados es una de las marcas del capitalismo. El derecho del ser humano a la dignidad de un living wage, a un ingreso que le permita vivir, no es reconocido. Lo único q reconoce el capitalismo es el mercado libre, sin la perspectiva de los valores humanos.




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[b]No unemployed need apply[/b]

Gary Lapon looks at a trend among employers to bar the unemployed from seeking jobs--and why such discrimination is a built-in part of capitalism.
August 30, 2011

[url="http://socialistworker.org/2011/08/30/no-unemployed-need-apply"]http://socialistwork...oyed-need-apply[/url]

HERE'S THE latest perverse story from what's being called the "jobless and wageless recovery": Significant numbers of employers are openly discriminating against unemployed job seekers.
No, that's not a typo. According to [url="http://unemployedworkers.org/page/-/UI/2011/unemployed.discrimination.7.12.2011.pdf?nocdn=1"]"Hiring Discrimination Against the Unemployed,"[/url] a study by the National Employment Law Project (NELP) published in July:
[indent=1][i]U.S. employers of all sizes, staffing agencies and online job posting firms are using recruitment and hiring policies that expressly deny employment to the unemployed--simply because they are not currently working. In other words, at a time when the competition for jobs is extraordinarily intense--with nearly five unemployed job seekers for each new job opening--some businesses and recruitment firms are telling would-be job seekers that they can't get a job unless they already have a job.[/i]

Employers are blatant about this discrimination, which is legal in every state except New Jersey. The NELP report cites language in ads placed by large corporations such as [b]Allstate Insurance [/b]and the [b]University of Phoenix[/b], which that applicants "must be currently employed." Other employers require that unemployed applicants have been recently employed.

Discrimination against the unemployed is especially devastating in the midst of a jobs crisis in which U.S. workers face rates of long-term unemployment worse than any period since the Great Depression. According to the [i]Christian Science Monitor[/i], [b]"6.18 million or 44.4 percent of all unemployed workers" have been jobless for longer than 27 weeks, with an average of over 40 weeks on unemployment for these workers[/b].

This bias is also a pernicious, albeit formally indirect, form of racial discrimination. [url="http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.t02.htm"]According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics[/url], seasonally-adjusted unemployment for African Americans stands at 15.9 percent, compared with 8.1 percent for white workers. For Latinos, unemployment is also disproportionately high, at 11.3 percent.

Therefore, [b]discrimination against the unemployed will disproportionately hurt Black and Latino job seekers, widening these racial gaps[/b].

Unemployment is a constant feature of capitalism, even in boom times--and [b]the millions of additional unemployed workers are out of work today not because there was a sudden outbreak of laziness among U.S. workers, but as a result of the financial crisis of 2007-8 triggered by widespread fraud and excess on Wall Street[/b].

Employers justify the decision to discriminate against the unemployed, especially those out of work for extended periods of time, by arguing that the skills of the long-term unemployed atrophy. They claim the long-term unemployed fail to stay on top of new developments in their field and become unaccustomed to work routines.

[b]Such reasoning highlights the utter disregard for human need that is systemic to capitalism. To bosses driven only by the profit motive, workers are expendable[/b]. Rather than provide an opportunity for the unemployed to get back on their feet, the system chews workers up, and then puts them out to pasture when they are no longer deemed useful.

VARIOUS non-governmental organizations, including USAction and Color of Change, have [url="http://act.colorofchange.org/sign/monster"]launched petitions encouraging Monster.com[/url], a leading job search website, to stop posting ads from employers who discriminate against the unemployed.

Democrats also have introduced legislation in the House and Senate, the "Fair Employment Opportunity Act of 2011," [url="http://www.esrcheck.com/wordpress/2011/08/03/fair-employment-opportunity-act-bill-in-senate-would-prohibit-discrimination-against-unemployed-jobseekers/"]which would prohibit discrimination against the unemployed in hiring and in job postings[/url].

According to a poll conducted by the NELP, such legislation has the support of some 63 percent of respondents, and [b]90 percent consider discrimination on the basis of employment status to be unfair[/b].

However, even this goes too far for some. Steven Yarusinsky and Daniel L. Saperstein, lawyers at the New Jersey law firm Proskauer Rose, [url="http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/commentary-bill-to-protect-unemployed-job-applicants-could-hurt-employers/2011/08/09/gIQAGwRfUJ_story.html"]attacked the proposed the Fair Employment Opportunity Act in a recent [i]Washington Post[/i] article[/url].

After shedding the obligatory crocodile tears over the high rate of unemployment, Yarusinsky and Saperstein argue, "First...[b]anning unemployment discrimination would equate an often fleeting status with a permanent condition or trait, trivializing the underlying purpose behind discrimination law to prohibit employment decisions made on account of considerations such as race, for which there is never legitimate justification."

This is absurd on its face, given that nearly half of the currently unemployed have been without a job for over six months. And given that those discriminated against on the basis of race are disproportionately represented among the unemployed, far from "trivializing" their rights, additional protections for the unemployed would disproportionately benefit those who already face discrimination for other reasons.
But Yarusinsky and Saperstein continue:
[/indent][indent=1][i]Second, to analogize unemployment status to other protected classes opens the door for the creation of many more such classes--potentially clogging the nation's courtrooms with frivolous lawsuits...employers will have no choice but to expend valuable resources and time--otherwise invested in the workplace--seeking legal counsel to avoid harsh penalties.[/i]

This illustrates that what is bad for employers, whose interests the authors represent, is good for workers, and vice versa. Whether or not anti-discrimination protections for the unemployed will lead to protections against other forms of discrimination (and this is hardly a bad thing for the millions of oppressed people facing discrimination in this country) is irrelevant to the issue at hand, which is the injustice of discrimination on the basis of employment status.

Also, employers could avoid lawsuits simply by not discriminating against job applicants. Given that corporations are currently [url="http://www.npr.org/2011/08/17/139703989/companies-sit-on-cash-reluctant-to-invest-hire"]hoarding records amount of cash[/url], it's difficult to feel too sorry for them potentially having to shell out some of it for legal fees. Of course, Yarusinsky and Saperstein do not express the same sympathy for the unemployed--who tend to lack the money with which to hire lawyers to file frivolous lawsuits.
Finally, while acknowledging that today, many are "unemployed through no fault of their own," the writers argue against anti-discrimination protections because "in good and even troubled economic times, long bouts of unemployment may bespeak a bad work ethic or some other improper behavior--a legitimate consideration for any employer."

In other words, they argue against protections from discrimination for the unemployed because such discrimination provides employers with a means to weed out potentially undesirable employees. If some unemployed but qualified workers are unfairly excluded as a result, so be it.

THESE ARGUMENTS against the Fair Employment Opportunity Act, which would begin to address a basic and deeply unpopular injustice for which there is currently no recourse in any state other than New Jersey, reveal the truth behind a fundamental myth propagated by apologists for capitalism.

The labor market, we are told in our Economics 101 textbooks, is a level playing field where employers and employees meet as equals. Workers are "free labor," supposedly able to choose another employer if they are dissatisfied with their current boss, or to reject a job offer if they are dissatisfied with the wages and benefits on offer.
However, to borrow the criticism so often leveled at socialists by capitalist ideologues, this "sounds great in theory, but doesn't work in practice." Anyone who has ever looked for a job and jumped at the first offer because they needed to make rent that month, or stayed at a job they hated because they needed the health insurance, knows what a lie this is.

As Karl Marx wrote in [i]Capital[/i], under capitalism workers are "free...in the double sense": they are not slaves or serfs, but they are also "free from...any means of production of their own." In other words, while workers are not bound to any individual exploiter, because workers lack the means to produce on their own, they must sell themselves to some capitalist in order to survive. And not even that is guaranteed, a fact illustrated by the record levels of long-term unemployment in this time of crisis.

Capitalists and their mouthpieces like Yarusinsky and Saperstein oppose any and all checks on their power; they know the game is rigged, and they will do whatever it takes to keep it that way, no matter what the cost in human terms.[/indent] Edited by NewJLo

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If unemployment is such a scourge to the American worker, how come liberals espouse the addition of countless foreigners to swell even more the bloated ranks of laborer supply.

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[quote name='charlie319' timestamp='1315082205' post='2937205']
If unemployment is such a scourge to the American worker, how come liberals espouse the addition of countless foreigners to swell even more the bloated ranks of laborer supply.[/quote]

Liberals are a lot of people. Each should answer for himself.

I think the answer to that is, some liberals know that the problem has its roots in capitalism, that concern over supply and demand of labor is not the right way to address the problem. Labor is supplied by companies WHO ARE ALLOWED to take their workspaces to Indonesia while they sell their products in the U.S.

Workers are in Asia, particularly in countries with little or no labor laws, whereas consumers are in the U.S.

There would be enough work in the US if these jobs stayed in the US. Ergo, a different approach to the solution is to ensure that every company that makes PROFITS in the US must also EMPLOY US workers. This sounds like common sense. Banks also have a 'community reinvestment act' that they have to comply with which ensures that a population is not exploited by a bank who refuses to invest in it. If they wanna charge us interest, they should invest in our communities. The same logic should apply. But it doesn't.

If Wal Mart were to stop buying cheap Chinese products made for pennies by child-slaves in sweatshops, and decided to create new US jobs to produce all of these goods, the US economy would immediately flourish again in a matter of months.

My indictment of conservatives has to do with the fact that in defending corporations, taking their side and advocating for their interests they become the enemies of the American working class and of the poor. You can't serve two masters if their interests are opposed. Ergo, Republicans are the enemies of the American working class. (True) Liberals are generally the friends and advocates of the American poor and working class. Edited by NewJLo

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That article is all hogwash New JLo.

[color=#ff0000][i] In other words, while workers are not bound to any individual exploiter, because workers lack the means to produce on their own, they must sell themselves to some capitalist in order to survive.[/i][/color]

Workers do have the means to produce, specially in highly capitalist countries where is easy to establish a business without too much red tape. How come indians and mexicans here without a cent when they arrive eventually establish their own restaurants and become their own bosses?

Why was is that cubans arriving to Miami or Puerto Rico with only a shirt on their backs were able to establish businesses and surpass the wealth of many of the locals?

[color=#ff0000][i]El derecho del ser humano a la dignidad de un living wage, a un ingreso que le permita vivir, no es reconocido.[/i][/color]

New JLo, cuanto al mes es un ingreso minimo para un living wage? Dependeria de las bocas que tienes que alimentar en la casa? Si esa ley existiera y tienes a dos candidatos para celador, uno que tiene 10 hijos y uno que es soltero, a quien tu crees que van a contratar?

Es bien facil en papel querer que todo en la vida sea un derecho hasta que choca con la realidad.

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