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Your "War on American Jobs"

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  • Bob Wynman
    Randist Bo7b aka Bob Wynman WWP Email Member (bobalou@wynman.com) Your War on American Jobs IS BEING WAGED BY YOUR OUT-OF-CONTROL SOCIALIST GOVERNMENT AND
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      Randist Bo7b aka Bob Wynman WWP Email Member (bobalou@...) Your "War on American Jobs" IS BEING WAGED BY YOUR OUT-OF-CONTROL SOCIALIST GOVERNMENT AND ITS OPPRESSIVE REGULATIONS AND TAX THEFT THAT IS DRIVING CREATIVITY, WEALTH, BRAINS AND THE JOBS THEY CREATE OUT OF THE COUNTRY OR OUT OF BUSINESS.

      AND YOU CLAMOR FOR MORE TAXES AND REGULATION.

      ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT.

      --bob & lou

      Trick Blame who plays the village idiot role in the WWP group (rblaine_1941@...) Its even worse than the picture you paint.

      Reagan (pronounced 'raygun') fired the air traffic controllers in 1981 which signaled open hunting season on unions and workers. Many industries have acknowledged this was true. From there it became one attack after another on American workers. A huge outsourcing of the auto industry began - that was war on American jobs and our middle class. The vast majority of the textile industry was outsourced as was the electronics industry. That too was war on American jobs and our middle class.

      Congress began the practice of dishing out non-immigrant/TEMPORARY work visas where foreign labor came in and got jobs, while Americans were shown the door, but not before suffering the humiliation of training those foreign workers - that was war on American jobs and our middle class.

      In 2006 the GAO wrote a report documenting that businesses operating in America were NOT required to seek an American worker before hiring a foreign worker - a quasi indentured servant because his visa was directly tied to his job by his employer who sponsored the foreign worker, even though indentured servitude has been outlawed. Meanwhile workers over age 40 in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields continue to be laid off and remain so for years until they are deemed "unemployable" due to "not keeping up with current technology" - the standard smoke screens for hiring cheap/docile foreign labor over American talent - that too is war on American jobs and our declining middle class.

      Over the past few years there have been numerous articles documenting job ads specifically stating that the unemployed should NOT apply for a job opening. This clearly is discrimination and yet our government does nothing to prevent it - this is war on American jobs and our declining middle class.

      Meanwhile states with repubilcan governors all work towards implementing the ALEC (a marriage between legislators and big business) agenda to make states "right-to-work-for-less" states where unions are specifically under attack via a devious plan - this too is war on American jobs and our declining middle class.- this is war on American jobs and our declining middle class.


      Since reagan pronounced open hunting season on American workers and unions wages have been in decline, spending has decreased, and the economy has been in the doldrums, which should be expected when our economy is 70% consumer spending and our middle class is in deep decline and with it discretionary spending.

      All these things can and should have been prevented and in fact were man made. All of this is the legacy of "St. Ronald Reagan".




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      From: vbboyd123456@... Boyd <vbboyd123456@...>
      Sent: Wed, Apr 24, 2013 7:45 pm
      Subject: Re: [welcome_hotel] Re: GOP Want to "Reform" (Take Away) Class Action Suits: Bad Idea and Here's Why


      It used to be that during the decades of the 1940's, 50's, 60's and yes even the 1970's that a man with just a high school diploma could go out and get a good paying job that allowed him to earn enough money to support a family and live a comfortable middle class lifestyle. Not anymore. Now even college kids with college degrees can't find work, when it used to mean back in the decade of the 1940's, 50's, 60's and 70's that a college degree was a golden ticket to not only the middle class, but also a ladder that allowed unlimited amounts of upward mobility.
      What changed in America to make all of this happen? For those of you that have been reading along so far, I will give you a hint: According to a report from MIT released in 2011, 80% of all of the growth in income and wealth over the last thirty years has gone to the top 1%.

      What happened thirty years ago from 2011? Does anybody know? Yes, that is right Ronald Reagan and the ultra radical fringe of the Republican party took power in Washington and changed the trajectory of this country with their economic policies of tax cut mania that was highly slanted to the uber-rich and their belief in government deregulation, and the American middle class and the American Dream have never been the same since.




      From: whatnow <whatnowgop@...>
      Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 5:17 PM
      Subject: RE: [welcome_hotel] Re: GOP Want to "Reform" (Take Away) Class Action Suits: Bad Idea and Here's Why




      Wouldn’t it have been cheaper if he were within a few feet of the explosion? That way there would not have been any body parts to clean up.

      From: welcome_hotel@yahoogroups.com [mailto:welcome_hotel@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of MARK CARPENTER
      Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 3:10 PM
      To: Bruce Majors

      Subject: [welcome_hotel] Re: GOP Want to "Reform" (Take Away) Class Action Suits: Bad Idea and Here's Why


      The company hadn't had a safety inspection since 1985, and had 13,500 times the safe amount of ammonium nitrate which could be stored at one site without an inspection.

      No matter: I'm sure that in your world, the deaths of 14 people can be justified because they might have voted Democratic; and an ammonium nitrate explosion is just so much FASTER than death by guillotine following one of your "citizens tribunals".

      I just wish you had been in one of the apartment buildings facing the tank of ammonium nitrate which exploded in West, Bruce. The world would be a MUCH happier place, today.

      Mark

      "I am trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous,
      kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent.
      Sometimes I am not all these things --but ten out of twelve isn't bad!"








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      From: Bruce Majors <majors.bruce@...>
      Sent: Wed, April 24, 2013 1:52:49 PM
      Subject: Re: GOP Want to "Reform" (Take Away) Class Action Suits: Bad Idea and Here's Why

      This company was regulated. Dick Stain's masters have run up trillions in debt regulating all aspects of life. That they fail at it just means we should exile them, take away their pensions, abolish taxes, and replace regulations with property rights and criminal trespass or fraud charges for those who disrespect them

      On Wednesday, April 24, 2013, MARK CARPENTER wrote:
      Good luck with the lawsuit. Given that Rick Perry has already established a no-fly zone over West so there's no change of negative publicity coming from the disaster scene (he did the same thing after Hurricane Ike); it won't take much for Perry and the Teahadists who control the Texas Legislature to enact legislation preventing the company owner (or any company owner who creates conditions resulting in a disaster) from being sued.

      After all, any Teahadist knows that ALL lawsuits against company owners or companies who create massive explosions resulting in loss of life and property, or who ruin essential natural resources like air and water are "frivolous" - right, Bruce?

      Mark

      "I am trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous,
      kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent.
      Sometimes I am not all these things --but ten out of twelve isn't bad!"








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      From: Richard Blaine <rblaine_1941@...>
      Sent: Wed, April 24, 2013 8:50:51 AM
      Subject: GOP Want to "Reform" (Take Away) Class Action Suits: Bad Idea and Here's Why
      Leave to republicans to do the bidding through the back door for business. Remember one of the 3 republican objectives is less or no regulations. VERY bad idea and this article demonstrates exactly what is wrong with that. A negligent company gets at least 14 people killed, dozens wounded, and apartments destroyed: why in hell would we want to allow such a negligent business to escape responsibility for their actions through class action "reform"? Remember, when republicans use the word 'REFORM' think double-speak and understand what they really mean is 'TAKE AWAY'. They want to take away your right to be involved in a class action suit, because as everyone who has ever been to court knows, little guys get crushed in America's tilted legal system.

      "The owner of a fertilizer plant that exploded last week killing 14 people and destroying dozens of homes and an apartment complex in a tiny Texas town is being sued by a single mom and by several insurance companies."
      Texas Fertilizer Plant Owner Sued After Deadly Explosion
      Reuters | By Jim Forsyth Posted: 04/23/2013 7:17 pm EDT


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      "The smallest minority on earth is the individual.
      Those who deny individual rights cannot claim
      to be defenders of minorities." - - Ayn Rand

      "The illusion of freedom [ in America ] will continue
      as long as it’s profitable to continue the illusion.
      At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive
      to maintain, they will just take down the scenery,
      they will pull back the curtains, they will move the
      tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the
      brick wall at the back of the theater." ~ Frank Zappa

      --bob & lou
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