Are our leaders making a solid effort to get unemployed Americans into good jobs at living wages?
Do you mean in between the golf outings, vacations, releasing of terrorists and ridiculous committee hearings on scandals that lead nowhere? I'd say probably not.
Our "leaders" are primarily concerned with one question: "How can I make myself rich, influential, and powerful while appearing to be trustworthy and caring?"
Neither you nor I matter to them. Only if you can help them in some way do you even become a blip on their radar screen. We must realize that the government only exists to perpetuate its own existence. Americans have allowed themselves to become slaves to a system that they don't even need. Will it ever change? We can only push for that.
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by Jim Hunter7 years ago
Thats ridiculous, if you can't find a job in your area in three years then move to where the jobs are. Unemployment is beginning to be a career for some people.
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