Skip to comments.ON POVERTY AND UNEMPLOYMENT, ITíS LEFT VERSUS RIGHT
Posted on 01/12/2014 9:25:02 PM PST by massmike
Month after month, the reports are announced: Job losses outpace job gains, every month. Hundreds of thousands leave the workforce, every month. The new jobs what few there are are more likely to be part-time than full-time, and to be lower-paying than the ones lost. Too often, the new jobs are the career-enders, not the career starters that new jobs need to be.
The story of the cooked books of the unemployment statistics is old news. For years now, the government reports have been leaving out the non-participation rate, so the unemployment percentage today bears no resemblance to the unemployment percentages reported a decade or two ago. Calculated the old way, todays unemployment rate would fluctuate between twelve and fifteen percent, but that would horrify the low-information voter, so such a truth must never be reported.
But the key difference the one that matters most to our nations legal voters (since the illegal votes are already determined) is the difference between conservatives and liberals, in how they each respond to the persistent, desperate joblessness of the Obama economy.
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More like it is those who work and pay the bills against the socialist nonworking money spending morons.
Americans who favor limited government are NOT “right wing”
Right wing favors big government just as much as the left — simply a different flavor of statists.
I resent that.
I am a right-winger and the LAST thing I want is big gubbermint.
Sounds like a dispute over definitions more than anything.
If you’ve read “Road to Serfdom”, I’m sure the use of the word “liberal” was jarring to your cognizance...
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