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Are we Really Better than This?

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We are the results of our daily activities. What we get is exactly the results of our daily efforts. We have been waiting for jobs to materialize. We wait every day, every month, every year, and we get more waiting. Because waiting produces nothing. Absolutely nothing. Americans have been waiting for politicians to bring on the jobs since at least 2006. Across America under the aministration of GW Bush from 2001 through the Sept 2008 Americans lifestyles began to change.

We experience the terroist attack on our soil of the World Trade Center.

Bush's 2 tax cuts for corporations

2 unpaid for wars that propelled our country into a recession.

We experienced home foreclosures, a squandered surplus, a failing auto industry and a stock market crash. Senator John McCain, who was the GOP candidate for president, told us the the stock market crash was nothing to be concerned about. American companies were laying off 800K workers per month.

Senator Obama was elected and he and his administration averted a depression. Now, we have Republicans blaming PBO for no jobs, when the reason for no jobs, according to Speaker Boehnor is the CEO's are on strike because of uncertainty of taxation, regulations. These issues according to the speaker are the fault of President Obama. Not one republican has parted their lips to make the statement that PBO saved the USA from a depression. Every republican has voted not to every bill submitted by PBO to put American back to work.

For those who say we are better than this, are we better than this. We are just who we live with every day. Under the rule of Greedy oppressors and masses Waiting for jobs. 

We the people can fix jobs and aca and veteran services and low wages and immigration reform. 

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