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Be a Blessing Guys! Some of Us Require More Blessings Than Others 7-30-14

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Politics has become a dividing force in the lives of America citizens. We have to end the division that comes from politics in our lives. Once upon a time, blacks were turned away from jobs, just because of being black. I know it still exist, but for the most part, today, citizens are not hired because employers want to have a higher profit margin level sooner rather than later. Employers today are involved politically. Once such group is ALEC. ALEC members benefits from laws that limits regulations, litigation, and taxation. Once laws made discrimination illegal, the laws were tweaked to nullify federal laws. Americans have lost many laws that once protected workers wages and consumer prices. It is up to us guys to be a blessing, remembering some require more blessings than others.

There are people who need training but that would be like them returning to grammar school. This gorup also need to be able to find work. With the spending of testing, and evaluations, and hands on work performances, they can met the challenge if the job possibilities is available based on their success. Those who can hire, must do as was done in decades past. Employers hired, expecting to train the person to do the job. I've hired new employees, and   observed their on the job abilities and through their work efforts and ethics have increased their wages. The best workers are employer trained workers. Employer trained workers contribute quickly to productivity, moral, customer satisfaction, and profits. People regardless of their education and work experience need the opportuntiy to get to work and provide for self. Some workers require more blessings than others. Those who require more blessing must receive more blessings and the reward to the community shall be greater than if that person is left to fend for self. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.