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    Default Working Class=Minium wage while the rich get richer

    Just who will buy the products and or services of the people who post here when super majority of consumers will be lucky to have food on the table? How will this country with a class system of the working poor and the extremely wealthy survive?. What kind of legacy will we leave our children and grandchildren? No matter how much education there will a very limited job opportunities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosscat_40475 View Post
    Just who will buy the products and or services of the people who post here when super majority of consumers will be lucky to have food on the table? How will this country with a class system of the working poor and the extremely wealthy survive?. What kind of legacy will we leave our children and grandchildren? No matter how much education there will a very limited job opportunities.
    These questions should be directed to the White House, as this is exactly what O and his handlers are striving for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bosscat_40475 View Post
    Just who will buy the products and or services of the people who post here when super majority of consumers will be lucky to have food on the table? How will this country with a class system of the working poor and the extremely wealthy survive?. What kind of legacy will we leave our children and grandchildren? No matter how much education there will a very limited job opportunities.
    That's exactly what the anti union crowd or those that support sending our jobs offshore due to "free market" influences don't seem to understand. The people that think trickle down works are equally delusional. President Kennedy said it best when he proclaimed "A rising tide lifts all boats."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    That's exactly what the anti union crowd or those that support sending our jobs offshore due to "free market" influences don't seem to understand. The people that think trickle down works are equally delusional. President Kennedy said it best when he proclaimed "A rising tide lifts all boats."
    Post up one post by anybody on this forum that has ever advocated sending jobs over seas. Quoting Kennedy is about as usefull as tits on a boar hog. Kennedy was the quitessential silver spoon example. But don't let actual reality or facts get in your way, they never have in the past.
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    "We have to send jobs overseas, because the american work force is too greedy and want to make more than minimum wage......Eliminate all the unions(Evil) and then the rich(Good) will take care of their workers".....like they are taking care of the US....moving all their money overseas like rats deserting a sinking ship.

    Eliminate the ability of the workers to protect themselves and you can guarantee that this nations economy will complete the crash....how many rich people buy their large purchases from the US? Imported cars, imported furniture, imported clothes...but at least there will be a few openings for snooty sales people...

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    I don't know anyone who makes minimum wage that isn't a ****-up in life.

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    Anyone here question why labor unions only contribute to democrats?
    Reading this thread should be an excellent sampling from the donkey class. They will believe anything as long as they don't have to go into business themselves, understand how free enterprise actually works and survive cyclical economic climates, government regulations and ridiculous taxation.

    Stay in your comfortable positions of security and keep pointing your fingers at the big bad corporations while they employ your friends, family, neighbors, parents, children and just about everybody else.

    Oh, keep in mind that all this employment is voluntary. Mandates to work for a certain employer only comes from those socialist countries you and your Kenyan want America to become.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bosscat_40475 View Post
    Just who will buy the products and or services of the people who post here when super majority of consumers will be lucky to have food on the table? How will this country with a class system of the working poor and the extremely wealthy survive?. What kind of legacy will we leave our children and grandchildren? No matter how much education there will a very limited job opportunities.

    I have posted on this repeatedly. This is the socialist marxist agenda of O and his cast of clowns. The redistribution of wealth and the elimination of the middle class. Read his mentors writing and views. Call him the anti-christ or whatever you want, he is changing the face of our nation for decades and decades to come. Generations of our children will suffer over what he has done. We will have 95% of the population dependent on the government for everything, food, medical care, education, etc... everything and 5% at the top will call the shots. 2012 is a do or die year for OUR Country. 4 more years of this clown and we are done as a nation for many many decades to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavey29 View Post
    I have posted on this repeatedly. This is the socialist marxist agenda of O and his cast of clowns. The redistribution of wealth and the elimination of the middle class. Read his mentors writing and views. Call him the anti-christ or whatever you want, he is changing the face of our nation for decades and decades to come. Generations of our children will suffer over what he has done. We will have 95% of the population dependent on the government for everything, food, medical care, education, etc... everything and 5% at the top will call the shots. 2012 is a do or die year for OUR Country. 4 more years of this clown and we are done as a nation for many many decades to come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    Anyone here question why labor unions only contribute to democrats?
    Reading this thread should be an excellent sampling from the donkey class. They will believe anything as long as they don't have to go into business themselves, understand how free enterprise actually works and survive cyclical economic climates, government regulations and ridiculous taxation.

    Stay in your comfortable positions of security and keep pointing your fingers at the big bad corporations while they employ your friends, family, neighbors, parents, children and just about everybody else.

    Oh, keep in mind that all this employment if voluntary. Mandates to work for a certain employer only comes from those socialist countries you and your Kenyan want America to become.

    OK, Let's put this in a fable form for Doc and others to grasp... Lets call big corporate power "Elephant " ! The big fat greedy elephant has to be restrained from economic gluttony by the offsetting power of government regulation "Uncle Sam" and the unionized workers, "The Donkey tribe". This results in a workable balance. Unless the big fat elephant takes his ball and goes overseas to use slave labor. By Golly he did!! Now fair maiden "America" suffers ever after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    OK, Let's put this in a fable form for Doc and others to grasp... Lets call big corporate power "Elephant " ! The big fat greedy elephant has to be restrained from economic gluttony by the offsetting power of government regulation "Uncle Sam" and the unionized workers, "The Donkey tribe". This results in a workable balance. Unless the big fat elephant takes his ball and goes overseas to use slave labor. By Golly he did!! Now fair maiden "America" suffers ever after.
    This coming from the guy that gets his taxpayer provided paycheck regardless of the economic climate. Talk about a messed up perspective.

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    All you libtard anti capitalism people.....if you take all the risk, did the hard work to get a business up and running should you not be paid? Why are GM unions panicking because Ford has done better and did not take bailout money and many of the GM workers are migrating??????? Why are unions trying so hard to get governments to put in bid stipulations for union only workers and contractors and forcing free competition of non union’s workers out of many bids?????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckcharlie View Post
    This coming from the guy that gets his taxpayer provided paycheck regardless of the economic climate. Talk about a messed up perspective.
    And there in-lies the problem! Beyond the comprehension of someone who hasn't walked in those shoes.

    Fact is, as you read through post after post throughout the history of the PB PRF you will quickly notice that the self employed or satisfied employees stand on more solid ground with political and economical savvy while the government workers, unemployed, entitlement class, cubical fillers and union guys continue to tell us all how corporate America is putting down the common man. What a crock! Mr. Corporate pays for their existence.
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    Default Doc answer my question

    Who will buy the land you have for sale,when the super majority of the work force will make minimum wage. Wages have been frozen for the last 10 + years. Most have no extra disposable income? How is this scenario conducive to your business, city,state, Federal government. Your attitude is you act as if your are somehow above or better than most ever one on this forum and everyone is beneath you.

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