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  • jpiggoingdownhel jpiggoingdownhel Jan 15, 2010 11:41 AM Flag

    Most of our jobs went to China

    Wake up and stand up, how much money the Communists have stolen from you? Do you want true liberty and democracy? Do you want your human rights be respected? Do you want your children live under Communist rule?

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    • I am American and I lost my job >1 year ago to some guy in India. I was a professional in the electronics field and have been unable to find similar work, having resorted to a menial job to pay the bills. I have two young adult children, both college educated and currently working low-wage jobs. I believe I'm fairly typical of a growing segment of the population that can expect a lower standard of living than their parents. I don't know if this trend can be reversed: too many jobs have already been shipped off-shore, too many factories shut down. America's manufacturing base has been whittled down the last 30 years, and it's workers sold down the river by corporations and politicians seeking profits and votes. All we export now is debt. The current generation of Americans are screwed. My vote will go to the first radical populist candidate that steps forward. Think Ron Paul on steroids. Our financial and political systems need to be deconstructed and rebuilt. I'm not a student of history and I don't know if there is a model which we should be following, all I know is that if radical steps are not taken soon, America will surely collapse under the weight of it's own self-indulgence.

 
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