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08 July 2011


D. King

Here it comes George!

People have no idea what this will do to destroy entrepreneurship.

Scan to 4:10 and hit play


This is the beginning of enslavement.
The E.U. already have these rules.


John S

Good piece George
Some people think (and hope) our President will see the light and make the needed changes that will fix everything, I say he WILL NOT. The man is a Socialist, and "by God" he will keep doing this stuff until he gets it right, only it's wrong to begin with. He needs to move to the EU and be thier president.

Russ Steele

Here’s a fact that should give economists—and maybe President Obama’s political team—heartburn: Two years after the Great Recession officially ended, job prospects for young Americans remain historically grim. More than 17 percent of 16-to-24-year-olds who are looking for work can’t find a job, a rate that is close to a 30-year high. The employment-to-population ratio for that demographic—the percentage of young people who are working—has plunged to 45 percent. That’s the lowest level since the Labor Department began tracking the data in 1948. Taken together, the numbers suggest that the U.S. job market is struggling mightily to bring its next generation of workers into the fold.
This is a dangerous proposition, economically (for the United States as a whole) and politically (for the president).

Douglas Keachie

Double the tax breaks for the rich. That will improve the job outlook. I kid you not!

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