Skip to comments.Private Sector Jobs Are Doing Just Fine, Itís Government Jobs We Need to Worry About (Harry Reid)
Posted on 10/19/2011 10:35:59 AM PDT by oldernittany
its very clear that private sector jobs have been doing fine. Its the public sector jobs where weve lost huge numbers, and thats what this legislation is all about.
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These guys just keep writing campaign commercials for us.
Remember Reid and Rommney are MORMAN “Brethern”!
There must be something in the water in Nevada to give those people the insanity to re-elect this creatin
A BIG Gubamint TOO BIG To Fail..
Is that Harry’s Quest?
It’s kinda funny when you think about it. These guys’ comments expose a complete ignorance of the function of government. That they could make the statements they do demonstrates a complete disconnect from what the US was created to be.
It is like the leech saying to the host that the problem is that the leech needs more blood. I don’t know about you, but my function is not to be the life support system for a leech.
And on a completely separate subject, the private sector is NOT fine. Thanks to the leech, the host is DYING!
Harry needs to spend his last years in the Senate on the back bench, neutered!
There are presently 7.8 million fewer private sector jobs in the US than there were in 2007.
I thought Mormons didn’t drink or use drugs??????
I always thought Weed, er Reid, was brain dead, this proves it beyond doubt.
Maybe there is cheating in the water.
The translation is “We have to protect our phoney baloney jobs here, gentlemen! We must do something about this immediately! Immediately! Immediately! Harrumph! Harrumph! Harrumph!”.
This should be a part of any political ad.
Bear woods analog IMO
Well, of course; we all know that Gov’t jobs create wealth, and that taxes are paid out of these profits. Part of the tax burden that is received goes to pay for .... hey, wait a minute ...
It’s truly amazing that a Libtard can’t make this series of logical connections.
I wonder if there are any unemployed workers in Nevada who regret their votes for Harry Reid instead of Sharon Angle?
I clicked this thread expecting to see a punchline.
Tell me there’s a rimshot and laughter in my future.
That’s exactly Harry’s Quest.
The Left has always seen itself as in direct
COMPETITION with free enterprise and the private
sector. Ironic, since it’s only the private sector
that provides the wealth the Left is only too happy
to hijack-—wealth it could NEVER create on its own.
In the same exact way that critics are in direct competition
with creators, as in the Arts, so is the Left in competition
with the marketplace, business, and entrepreneurialism.
They’re both fighting over the same “territory”,
A great theater critic once said “The critic knows the way,
but he can’t drive the car.” In other words, critics have some kind of utopian vision of what any work of art might have been, should have been, could have been, if only the artist didn’t have the initiative to go ahead and create this very work that is being thrown like red meat to the critic.The critic thinks it should have been him to create
the work of art,but the last thing a critic can do it create
This Administration’s biggest achievement so far has been in harnessing
some corporations to do its bidding, on fear of fines,regulations and punishments.The rewards for those who play ball with the Left and this Administration, of course,
is ALWAYS going to come from the taxpayer.
But Harry Reid is right in saying that it’s government jobs we have to worry about, even as they increase and keep increasing. To the Left , whose ultimate goal is total government control and the disapperance of Liberty as even
a feasible moral, political and intellectual concept, an incremental increase in livelihoods dependent on “government” largesse (read: taxpayer largesse)is the quickest road to total domination.
In 2013 couldn't a President resend that order?
Obama Campaign Slogan for 2012
Sen. Reid, with your close ties to the mob you can answer this better than anyone; are mob jobs more government sector or private sector jobs?