posted on Jan, 11 2018 @ 12:45 PM
a reply to: AMPTAH
Then what can we do to fix this? I don't want to see anyone in this country unemployed, without a chance to take care of themselves and their
I really like the President's infrastructure plan, which essentially echoes the message of the Democratic party for the last century. This will create
a lot of TVA-esque jobs, and would really boost our people up while providing extremely urgent infrastructure rebuilding.
Additionally, I'd like to see tech education programs available for free or highly discounted rates. Clearly automation is going to continue to play
an increasingly important role in our employment rates. As machines supplant humans in certain professions, more people will need to be trained on the
We should also focus on removing lawmakers that continue to push for draconian laws that sentence our citizens to prison for non-violent and
victimless crimes. These are laws that disproportionately affect AA males, and has caused an entire generation of children to grow up without a father
in the home. The detrimental affect of this is clear, and these laws tendency to impact AA men is equally clear. There is no reason one can think up
to justify incarcerating someone when there is no victim, and I don't buy this "society/government is the victim" BS. The government is *never* the
victim. Society is only a victim when there is a true measurable affect on an actual individual, not some theoretical argument of society-as-a-whole
victimhood. The true victims are the innocent citizens who are terrorized by the criminal cartels and gangs that are created as a result of their
various types of prohibitions (CS, firearms, etc).