I think that we can all agree that the economy is a mess. There were many contributing factors: shaky loans, bad decisions, and high gas prices. There is probably not one particular area to point a finger at that we could all agree on that led to it all. But should companies like the oil companies (just one example) be expected to help create jobs that they originally helped to destroy?
"Expected to create jobs?" Now that is taking the concept of 'socialism' exactly where the rightist conspiracy theorists think (or would like) the US to go.
by shazz01109 9 years ago
After all of the bailouts, TARP, etc., it seems that Obama and Congress are just spending $ that we don't have like drunken sailors. Shouldn't there be more focus on creating jobs, and improving the economy?
by Mike Russo 4 years ago
During Obama's state of the union speech, he stated that he wants the minimum wage raised and is going to raise it for federal employees. He implied this will create jobs. The republican party countered with: Where are the jobs?" House Republican Conference Chair Cathy...
by John Holden 4 years ago
Looking for this for ages, finally found it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKCvf8E7V1g
by MikeNV 8 years ago
The Associated Press released a story today... an anti-republican, pro Obama piece about jobs created with stimulous money in South Carolina in a mostly Republican area."The new hires came from a broad area including parts of South Carolina and Georgia, and unemployment rates have continued to...
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
http://www.investors.com/NewsAndAnalysi … -Karma.htm
by Astralrose 6 years ago
Should companies be doing something for the thousands of waste products that they produce everyday?Coca-Cola or Pepsi plastic bottles for example, these company should collect every empty bottle back to their warehouse. Distributors and retailers should be given an incentive to keep this working...
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