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The War on Jobs, by Ron Paul

Here's a fine article from South Carolina's "The State" by guest columnist, RON PAUL...

With jobs so hard to come by for many Americans, you would think a private company deciding to create more than 1,000 jobs would be cheered by Republicans and Democrats alike.

But President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board is doing everything it can to stop Boeing from opening a new plant in North Charleston.

And as sad as it may seem, at the heart of the board’s actions is political cronyism at its absolute worst.

Read more: http://www.thestate.com/2011/09/08/1962199/paul-the-war-on-j...

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It's a War on Freedom

Jobs are a casualty - collateral damage if you will.

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"The war on jobs" should be a common term here

I'm going to start trying to use the term "the war on jobs" more often.

Bump for you're awesome comments and a good article.

The individual who refuses to defend his rights when called by his Government, deserves to be a slave, and must be punished as an enemy of his country and friend to her foe. - Andrew Jackson

truth in satire, yes, a useful term

Ironically, if the White House actually ever does declare a war on jobs, we'll probably end up drowning in the damned things. :D

What should we expect?

I am wondering if this administration truly wants us to become economically viable again, or would rather the average American be suffering and perhaps homeless?

It is mind-boggling to think that the government's solution to the debt problem is to add more debt. Of course tightening our belts and learning to pay down the debt is an unpopular idea - but is the opposite the right thing for this country?

It is like saying that the girl with the pimples from eating chocolate should help or cure her condition by gorging herself on chocolate. That is exactly what we have done.

Think about it