I saw little old ladies in India taking big rocks and hitting them with a
hammer until they were little rocks. It was steady work for a few rupies a day!
Don't think they were shot if they didn't fill their quota. We could run all
the Central Americans who came here illegally out and create 10 to 20 million
new jobs for citizens willing to work. We could build the pipeline from Canada
to Texas. We could end Obama care which would free businesses up to hire more
than fifty people without being penalized. We could elect Rick Perry for
president and he could create the same policies on a national level that
created so many new jobs in Texas over the past few years. We could end or at
least limit the political power of labor unions so companies would stop
shipping their jobs over seas due to prohibitive costs of labor here. There are
a lot of things that could be done to create jobs. Or, we could force
McDonald's to pay employees 15 to 20 dollars an hour,
who are still unable to get your order right the first time.
On Saturday, October 11, 2014 4:32 PM, Bhairitu noozg...@sbcglobal.net
[FairfieldLife] FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com wrote:
What else are you going to do if there are no jobs for everyone? Trot people
out to a gravel pit and shoot them? Dubya said we seniors would have to work
until we dropped dead. I asked doing what?
On 10/11/2014 03:21 PM, s3raph...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
Fascinating experiment. I hope it works out. Giving people a guaranteed,
modest allowance should *not* be regarded as a charitable handout. On the
contrary, it's a way of emphasising that all of us who are members of a
society should be granted some share in that society's wealth as we all are
(or should-be) co-inheritors of the capital that our nation has built up over
its history. If people then feel that we really are all in this together it
has to encourage a shared sense of community - with both the rights *and*
obligations (important!) that naturally flow from that sense.