Congrats America for putting all three branches under the protection of the ASSHOLE GOP "Job creators"

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Congrats America for putting all three branches under the protection of the ASSHOLE GOP "Job creators"

Are doing such a great job keeping jobs that Macys and Kmart are closing stores and cutting jobs.

There is your wonderful fuckface GOP blowing more smoke up your ass.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/01/04/news/companies/macys-job-cuts-stock/

http://www.businessinsider.com/list-of-sears-and-kmart-stores-closing-2017-1

FUCK YOU TRUMP, FUCK THE GOP FUCK RYAN, FUCK MICH, FUCK FOX NEWS.

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Have you ever considered

Have you ever considered that online retailiers are more efficient?

Libtards like you are bitching about no affordable housing. Guess what malls waist alot of space in urban areas with their stores and parking lots. Making lees land avaailable for housing.

Libtards like you bitch about pollution and global warming. People have to drive and sit in traffic to get to retail stores, pumping carbon into the air. Online shopping doesn't have this problem.

Libtards like you bitch about low wages. But the minimum wage laws figured into the decision to close these stores. Amazon doesn't have a minimum wage for the robots in their warehouses, so they win.

I'd like to see all these places go away. They are a blight on our cities.

 

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 Kmart and Sears have been

 Kmart and Sears have been closing stores for decades..... How is that Trump's fault????  Surprised you aren't praising Trump, he single handedly stopped Ford's Mexico plant with a tweet http://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/03/business/ford-general-motors-trump.html?_r=0 

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 NO SHIT ASSHOLES.You can

 NO SHIT ASSHOLES.

You can thank Reagan starting the age of deregulation, union busting and corporate welfare.

 

Neither of you asswipes ever have a good answer.

 

Now, if the rich always knew what was best for everyone else, and always got it right, there would be no bubbles every decade, or a stock market crash like Bush caused. FUCK YOU.

 

You have your heads up your ass. High taxes on the rich and livable wages WILL NOT HURT THE RICH. If it worked like you selfish fucks claim  nobody would be bitching.

 

"Fuck you I got mine" is not, and never has been good economic policy.

 

What asshole Trump and the GOP will do is create short term illusion of a fix and it will simply build another bubble that will burst in the future.

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If people save money (and

If people save money (and time) by shopping online instead of at the mall, is that a good or a bad thing? 

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Brian37 wrote: NO SHIT

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 NO SHIT ASSHOLES.

You can thank Reagan starting the age of deregulation, union busting and corporate welfare.

Kmart started closing stores in 1994 and declared bankruptcy in 2002. Who was president from 1993 to 2001? (As if the President has anything to do with the failure of Kmart or that Kmart failing is a bad thing)

 

 

 

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Now, if the rich always knew what was best for everyone else, and always got it right, there would be no bubbles every decade, or a stock market crash like Bush caused. FUCK YOU.

How did Bush cause a stock market crash, and why would you care since the stock market overwhelmingly impacts the top 1%? Did Clinton cause the tech crash?

 

 

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What asshole Trump and the GOP will do is create short term illusion of a fix and it will simply build another bubble that will burst in the future.

Many savvy finance folks argue quite convincingly that we are in a bubble. So what? Bubbles are an integral part of how capitalism works. Do you know what a bubble is? Or why they burst?

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zarathustra wrote:If people

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If people save money (and time) by shopping online instead of at the mall, is that a good or a bad thing? 

It should be good thing when products and services are delivered more cheaply and conveniently. 

What is bad is the failed education system and society producing so many people whose best job skill is stocking store shelves.  And they have no motivation to learn anything useful. The big mistake was letting teachers unionize so they can't be fired for non-performance.

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EXC wrote:Quote:If people

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If people save money (and time) by shopping online instead of at the mall, is that a good or a bad thing?
It should be good thing when products and services are delivered more cheaply and conveniently.
I'm not sure whether Brian37 thinks that is good, or bad since it results in the loss of retail jobs.

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Unions in and of themselves

Unions in and of themselves aren't the problem, they are still necessary. The problem is the power they wield. A union should be preventing companies and governments from treating employees like shit, not taking part in elections and making it incredibly difficult to fire unproductive employees.

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Vastet wrote:Unions in and

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Unions in and of themselves aren't the problem, they are still necessary. The problem is the power they wield. A union should be preventing companies and governments from treating employees like shit, not taking part in elections and making it incredibly difficult to fire unproductive employees.

The real problem is the one-sidedness of the emloyer/employee relationship. Most people are desperate for jobs or are scared to death of loosing the one they have, so many employers exploit this.

Just another problem that can be traced back to TMFP.

When government employees unionize, they loose all credibility of being public servants. They are obviously there to serve themselves.

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zarathustra wrote:EXC

zarathustra wrote:

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If people save money (and time) by shopping online instead of at the mall, is that a good or a bad thing?
It should be good thing when products and services are delivered more cheaply and conveniently.
I'm not sure whether Brian37 thinks that is good, or bad since it results in the loss of retail jobs.

He doesn't think, he is just a seeting caldron of hate. But he has become exactly what he claims to hate. A leftist mirror image of Frank Burns.

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EXC wrote:Vastet

EXC wrote:

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Unions in and of themselves aren't the problem, they are still necessary. The problem is the power they wield. A union should be preventing companies and governments from treating employees like shit, not taking part in elections and making it incredibly difficult to fire unproductive employees.

The real problem is the one-sidedness of the emloyer/employee relationship. Most people are desperate for jobs or are scared to death of loosing the one they have, so many employers exploit this.

Just another problem that can be traced back to TMFP.

When government employees unionize, they loose all credibility of being public servants. They are obviously there to serve themselves.

There's one-sidedness to both parties in an employee /employer relationship. There's no way for both parties to get what they want, so both compromise.
Government employees have the same rights as anyone else. Being a public servant doesn't mean you give up the right to fair wages and working conditions. Your comment is ridiculous.

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Vastet wrote:There's

Vastet wrote:

There's one-sidedness to both parties in an employee /employer relationship. There's no way for both parties to get what they want, so both compromise. 
 

Because our countries taking the the starving masses from around the world, most workers are forced to accept starvation wages. If the worker doesn't give into the employer's terms he and his family starve. If the employer doesn't compromise, his stock price may go down a bit. So there is quite an imbalance in the negociations.

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Government employees have the same rights as anyone else. Being a public servant doesn't mean you give up the right to fair wages and working conditions. Your comment is ridiculous.

It is supply and demand that causes low wages and shitty working/living conditions. Mother Nature doesn't give a shit about what you think should be a right. If you give a raise to workers, it goes to the landlord because there is a housing shortage in all big cities and no jobs elsewhere.

Could we make the world so that every cat has the right to enough to eat and a nice place to live and the right to have as many kittens as they please? Or would humans have to intervene and stop cat overpopulation?

These open borders/welfare for popping out a baby libs are like the crazy cat ladies that think they need to adopt every stay cat they can find. Sorry if I'm not going to be part of this insanity.

 

 

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EXC wrote:Vastet

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There's one-sidedness to both parties in an employee /employer relationship. There's no way for both parties to get what they want, so both compromise. 
 

Because our countries taking the the starving masses from around the world, most workers are forced to accept starvation wages.

Absolutely wrong. Jobs being sent to other countries has MUCH more to do with wages than immigration does. Immigration is an insignificant factor that affects only jobs that locals don't want or aren't qualified for, and thus has no discernible impact on unemployment rates.

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If the worker doesn't give into the employer's terms he and his family starve. If the employer doesn't compromise, his stock price may go down a bit. So there is quite an imbalance in the negociations.

Employers are restricted by laws that only exist because of unions. Employers most certainly cannot dictate whatever they want.

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Government employees have the same rights as anyone else. Being a public servant doesn't mean you give up the right to fair wages and working conditions. Your comment is ridiculous.

It is supply and demand that causes low wages and shitty working/living conditions. Mother Nature doesn't give a shit about what you think should be a right. If you give a raise to workers, it goes to the landlord because there is a housing shortage in all big cities and no jobs elsewhere.

Mother nature doesn't define rights, we do.

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Could we make the world so that every cat has the right to enough to eat and a nice place to live and the right to have as many kittens as they please? Or would humans have to intervene and stop cat overpopulation? These open borders/welfare for popping out a baby libs are like the crazy cat ladies that think they need to adopt every stay cat they can find. Sorry if I'm not going to be part of this insanity.

Cats haven't demonstrated that when educated, birth rates fall. Humans have. Your argument is as non-sensical as ever.

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EXC wrote:These open

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These open borders/welfare for popping out a baby libs are like the crazy cat ladies that think they need to adopt every stay cat they can find. Sorry if I'm not going to be part of this insanity.

 

What is insane is that we have an orange ass clown running the country and a white racist shit for brains making the policies.

Talk to me when an avacado is $7 and a bunch of bananas is $10.