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  • Freebird100 Freebird100 Dec 10, 2008 6:00 PM Flag

    All about killing the middle class

    That`s what`s behind this.The autoworkers wages and benifits get hammered,Then it`s government workers because the tax revenue isn`t there and the huge national debt.

    Right on down the line.All of it planned out by design.

    Bush has been the front man for the New World Order and is proud of what he`s done.

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    • The repunlicans are saying that "The private sector will provide many investors. That is a better solution" Sen. John Boehner, R-Ohio. I have a question for him- Who in their right mind would invest in a company that is belly-up??? They want to completely break the unions so they can pay people next to nothing and the rich get richer. Then, incredibly enough, they are saying that "Under those circumstances, we can back-up any of those private investments".... what is the difference??? I'll tell you what it is-they can get their hands on the money just like they do with the financial institutions. An oversight committee would stop that entirely. that's the deal folks..... give it to the banks with NO oversight and NOTHING for hard working people. When every one is making minimum wage, don't cry about it. I've worked both union and non-union and the union is a necc. evil, like it or not. The UAW needs to make bigger concessions right now, but to have them go under will destroy the quality of the vehicles forever. People will not care anymore about the cars. And that won't be good......VOTE INDEPENDENT IF YOU HAVE HAD ENOUGH FROM NOW ON

    • The perfect front man to destroy the middle class

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