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Cero Empleos Creados En Agosto

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Ok, a peticion popular presentamos la economia de Barack Obama....EVIDENCIA, sin
fanatismo, sin prejuicio, para que todos entiendan bien claro lo que Barack le ha hecho
a todos ...a todos! Veamos:
On government spending:
U.S. Tax revenue :$2,170,000,000,000
Fed Budget: $3,820,000,000,000
New debt: $1,650,000,000,000
National debt: $14,271,000,000,000
Recent budget cuts: $38,500,000,000
Now, remove 8 zeros and pretend it's a household budget...
Annual family income: $21,700
Money the family spent: $38,280
New debt on the credit card: $ 16,500
Outstanding balance in the credit card: $ 142,710
Total budget cuts: $ 385

Esa es la economia del Barack, desempleo, mas deudas, mas gastos y menos ahorros.....
Y aun existe gente que insiste el Barack es lo que el conviene al pais.....

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Y aumentos automaticos de esa deuda en la targeta de credito de mas de $70,000 en los proximos 10 an~os si los adultos responsables en esa familia no dejan de vivir mas alla de sus ingresos.

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[quote name='NewJLo' timestamp='1315087600' post='2937211']

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.[/quote]


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Your logic is flawed and impossible in a world where National, and not corporate, interest rules.

Real politik is that the congressional whores will do the bidding of those who hire them. Party affiliation is moot.

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Miren todos los empleos que ha creado Estados Unidos. No entiendo por que se quejan algunos aqui.

[url="http://www.americancontractorsiniraq.org/"]http://www.americancontractorsiniraq.org/[/url]

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[b] Obama will address Congress at 7 p.m. next Thursday[/b]

By [url="http://www.washingtonpost.com/david-nakamura/2011/03/02/AByo4sM_page.html"][color="#0c4790"]David Nakamura[/color][/url]
Washington Post

President Obama will address a joint session of Congress at 7 p.m. Thursday to lay out his plans to create jobs to help boost the economy.
House Speaker John Boehner announced the timing of the speech in an e-mail to reporters. Obama had sought to speak next Wednesday, but Boehner, citing scheduling conflicts on the House’s first day back in session after summer recess, invited Obama a day later instead.
The 7 p.m. start time of the address means Obama won’t have to compete with the National Football League’s season opener between the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints, which will draw millions of viewers. But the president also will not be able to speak in prime time.
Obama’s initial attempt to speak Wednesday was roundly denounced by Republicans because it was at the same time as a long-scheduled Republican presidential candidates debate in Simi Valley, Calif.
“I guarantee you that there was no interest in or concern about trying to overshadow the Republican debate,” David Axelrod, now an outside political adviser to the White House, said in an interview Thursday. “I’ve seen the Republican debates and I hope everyone watches them. I think it will be helpful to us if they do.”
Obama said he will lay out a plan to jump-start the economy through job creation at a time when unemployment is at 9.1 percent. Polls show Obama’s approval rating hovering at just under 40 percent, the lowest of his presidency.
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By [url="http://www.washingtonpost.com/david-nakamura/2011/03/02/AByo4sM_page.html"][color="#0c4790"]David Nakamura[/color][/url] | 06:09 PM ET, 09/01/2011

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[quote name='NewJLo' timestamp='1315087600' post='2937211']

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.

[color=#0000ff]And that's the problem with liberals and socialists, what they know is simply wrong.[/color]

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.

[color=#0000ff]If Producer A keeps a factory in the USA, it has to meet EPA, NLRB, Labor Dept., OSHA, Social Sec., and at least minimum wage for it's employees. Producer B builds a factory in Thailand and pays it's employees $3 per day 6 days a week. Two boxes with the exact same shirts arrive at the Walmart processing center, one from Thailand and one from Factory A here in USA. The Thailand-made shirts are $19. The American-made shirts are also $19, plus all the overhead costs, regulations, and higher wages, so the listed price is $29. Not a single american-made shirt sells while the Thailand shirts fly off the shelves. It only takes 2 months for Walmart to drop the American shirts and another month for the american Factory A to close indefinitely.[/color]

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.

[color=#0000ff]Remember JLo, you are a socialist. What you really meant to say was: [i]If we make Walmart to stop buying....[/i][/color]

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.

[color=#0000ff]It is you that makes that dogmatic division between the interests of the corporation and the interests of the employee, not me, so I don't accept or recognize the validity of your conclusion.[/color]

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