Sunday, September 26, 2010

Anything but the Jobs

Okay I can see that we have done a lot to try to get a grip on the job losses. But we are still trying to be a superman to the world by tackling so many issues which the American public doesn’t care about much. We are spending way too much time on the Middle East peace process, in Pakistan and now in Yemen, also trying to contain China in the Far East. But what about the jobs? There is so much uncertainty about the expiring tax cuts and also the coming elections and weak consumer demand that the jobs are not being created.

My purpose here is to highlight the fact, that the jobs of many senators are riding on the coming Congressional elections and they are depend on high the economy does. When our economy is taken care of then we can worry about the world at large. All our efforts should be to put the American public on employment and there is nothing more important than that. As the saying goes “Charity begins at home”.

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