posted on Feb, 26 2010 @ 09:26 PM
During good times, it would be good to reform unemployment benefits, to incorporate a means test. Only those needy would be given such benefits, so to
ensure taxpayers funds may last to help more.
Unfortunately, we do not live in good times today. The good time will come later when confidence and political partisan bickering ends with needed
actions taking place.
Many are hurt now, and it would be prudent to spend more, to help with survival, not luxury, so that humans whom are retrenched can survive in the
meantime, for they are the productive ones and had contributed to the nation while employed too.
1. The help can come in the form of cash handouts for basic necessities, and more govt spending on creating and protecting jobs.
2. Send back the illegals and foreign job seekers, for those jobs can be filled by Americans. In bad times, no person with brains, arms and legs can
be choosy, or he will starve.
The Corporation’s claim that Americans are choosy and are selective about jobs is a devious and hideous lie/propaganda spread throughout the world.
The reality is that no one will turn down a job if paid wages can keep pace with a modest standard of living, as is the right of a progressive
Some claim a dishwasher should not earn $20/hr, but a bank executive can earn millions, and support such claims with sophisticated propaganda. The
basics of wages had and will always be one based on needs – market supply and demand.
Those illegals and foreigners are stealing American jobs and depressing wages, helping only the selfish rich to profit, hoard more money, and pay
wages that would only keep American as slaves. These illegals and foreigners have NO right to be in the country in the first place, for they and their
forefathers had never built up America, nor shed toil and blood for it the way present Americans had and new citizen Americans would.
3. The middle class is the hardest hit in the present times. The burden of sharing should not be coming from them, except if they volunteer. The bulk
of the funds to give cash outs and create jobs will have to come from taxing the rich to make them conscionably open up their hoards to share. They
have the most of it.
Bailouts are not charity, but loans with interest payments back to the people. Such returned money can and should be used for the less privileged
today. It is not only the right thing to do; it is only human to do so. No one needs to starve in our bountiful world today…..