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Too Much Sitting, Talking, Wishing, Hoping Going ON

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Want to see progress, do something concrete. You want to see performance, do something concrete. You want to see jobs for Americans. First: Flood the streets and visit every business who serves the pubic and ask for a job. One job at a time is all it takes. We all must work to get America back to work. Job seekers will go ask. But those who do not want jobs must also be asking about getting America back to work. Believe me there are enough Americans to put America back to work. People just don’t care. Even those being paid to care, does not care. And those who are not helping just don’t care about anyone other than themselves. Keep thinking of self and the water will soon be over your head. Second: Right now, government is attempting to get rid of unions so they can control government workers pay, vacations, sick leave, hiring process, etc. If politicians are able to get rid of unions, government will privatize more of the government jobs. This means corporate will either be given contracts or corporate will bid on contracts. Politicians will share with Corporate the cost government pays to operate a program. Corporate will take the figures to their accountants and come back to government and say. "We can do the same job for less money, which results in less cost to tax payers". Everybody wins but the workers. Fewer workers will be doing the same job for less money. Tax payers money. Corporate intends to create one size fits all government. It does not work. Is this what you want to see next fiscal year? Is this the America you want. If the program is not producing, eliminate. If the production could be better, mend don't end. But do not let private industry get their greedy hands in the tax payers pockets. This is what is in the making between your politicians and CEO's.

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