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  • goodbuddy4863 goodbuddy4863 Jul 24, 2010 10:32 PM Flag

    I am bored*Take a Look at this

    Rich get richer and the poor get poorer..

    http://finance.yahoo.com/tech-ticker/the-u.s.-middle-class-is-being-wiped-out-here%27s-the-stats-to-prove-it-520657.html?tickers=^DJI,^GSPC,SPY,MCD,WMT,XRT,DIA

    Thanks to all out past politicians[and some of our present] who wants us to compete in the labor market on a world wide basis..

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      Thanks to all of our past politicians[and some of our present] who want us to compete in the labor market on a world wide basis..

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      • I don't really like political posts but I don't see this one as that political and I agree with it.

        This issue effects our investments and the overall economic environment.

        Politically it happened a while ago it started with the lack of principals in Clinton admin and allowing Free trade with China. Bush didn't fix any of it.
        Obama is an economic joke, He doesn't have a f---ng clue.

        Wal-mart didn't help by doing away with the made in America.

        There are really very few Manufacturing jobs anymore. We are fast getting to the point where the burger flippers won't be able to afford the burgers they flip let alone anything else.

        MFG's have always had a cost incentive to find the cheapest labor. Government further enabled them and has no clue that hey need to or how to stimulate manufacturing in the US.

        Obama is bound and determined to repeat the 30's and it will probably end the same way in a very large war.

        Vote in Novemebr and Vote well.

        WE need term limits to return integrity and principals to the US government.

    • I don't like most of your posts, but this is good article.This didn't start with one party they are both complicit in the problems.The core problem is we need term limits that eliminate career politicians. They are leaders they #$%$ who are always trying to get re-elected.The current group in Washington are most morally corrupt if not outright corrupt group I have ever seen.It started when Clinton wiggled his way out of impeachmnet instead of taking the high road and resigning.He also open the door to China who now basically owns us.I am not a big Bush fan but Obama is just plain inept when comes to economics and he seems bound and determined to repeat the 30's.how does this relate to IDCC and Investing? Read the article it won't take you long to figure it out.

 
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