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originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: Flatfish
There aren't enough high paying jobs for the masses,
You can thank Sander and his party for that.
Business leaves this country because it's cheaper to go elsewhere.
Left wingers have absolutely no concept of that word competition.
That creates jobs, that create wealth. That create wait for TAX REVENUE for the state.
Sanders wins watch how much bigger unemployment gets.
Are you saying that Democrats are responsible for the fact that wages are lower in 2nd & 3rd world countries?
Labor remains one of the biggest costs of any manufacturing company.
originally posted by: neo96
I have also loved seeing so many people( SAnders supporters) openly lobby for this countries first 'Jewish' Potus.
Er … does Ifill not realize that Sanders was the first Jewish-American to win a major-party primary contest, as Sanders did in New Hampshire on Tuesday?
originally posted by: matafuchs
The government needs to back out. They are in or are part of almost every aspect of your life now. Business and Government are one in the same. It used to be that the corporations had more say and not it is the government that does. In my opinion the government now buys those that support them with cuts..and breaks...and subsidies. GM got bailed out. How about the guy who loses his convenience store after 25 years in a poor area of town. Does he not deserve some help?
The hard answer is neither of them do. Our country used to be founded on not just hard work but 'reward' for hard work. That is not there. Now the government is there to help you. We have people in the DNC MSM who want to tell the world that it is all sunshine and rainbows but cold hard facts are it is not. It will be paid for somehow let's just pass it. The GOP MSM wants you to think that you have to be a bible thumping, pro-life gun toting whacko to support some candidates. There is fringe on both sides.
Smaller government is needed. Less spending is needed.
(Bernie does not want that. He wants to add taxes that would add administration and more spending. How much in federal money would be used to investigate offshore accounts? My guess is a fart load...)
originally posted by: Slanter
a reply to: neo96
Out of curiosity, what is it you want to be done with Corporations to keep them from going overseas? Deregulate them entirely?
I've seen all the stuff you're against with businesses, but is there a way you can think of that both corporate and private america would be better off? Or do we have to pick one or the other?