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Obama's agenda on jobs is very clear....

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Brian in Oregon, Dec 5, 2011.

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  1. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Obama

    Obama simply does not care about the working class.

    Keep your eye on Waukesha, Wisconsin......Their biggest employer just moved out.

    Thanks Jeff, you're a "real" American....give Barrack our Best !!

    General Electric is planning to move its 115-year-old X-ray division from Waukesha, Wis., to Beijing.

    In addition to moving the headquarters, the company will invest $2 billion in China and train more than 65 engineers and create six research centers.

    This is the same GE that made $5.1 billion in the United States last year. but paid no taxes-the same company that employs more people overseas than it does in the United States.

    So let me get this straight. President Obama appointed GE CEO Chairman Jeff Immelt to head his commission on job creation (job czar).

    Immelt is supposed to help create jobs.

    I guess the President forgot to tell him in which country he was supposed to be creating those jobs.

    If this doesn't show you the total lack of leadership of this President, I don't know what does. Soon, you all will understand that Obama has a agenda,
    and that this agenda is to remove the last super power from the world. He is getting very close.

    Please pass this information to others and think about it before you buy a GE product.
     
  2. GW22

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    Yeah Brian, that's why it's puzzling that you work so hard trying to get him re-elected by supporting Republican nominees that have zero chance.

    Think. Please THINK.

    -Gary
     
  3. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    You've shown everyone here that you have an almost mastabatory obsession with Mr. Obama-Lite - Romney - who is a gun banner and a liberal. You have no interest in choosing the best conservative. Your only motivation is to see a liberal gets into the White House. You are the one who needs to think. Especially in light of the latest polls that show Romney rapidly falling out of favor as his liberal politics have light shed on them.
     
  4. Bisi

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    Brian, ole Barrack's" "ahole buddy" Immelt whom you correctly ID as being chair of his jobs commission, is also in China trying to build up the Chinese airline manufactoring business. That ahole is trying to put the knife into the back of one of his biggest customers - Boeing.

    Ole Barrack wouldn't let (through the Labor Department) Boeing move a plant to S. Carolina but his job commission chair is doing everything to move the whole industry to China.
     
  5. crusha

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    As far as the Chocolate Bolshevik is concerned, all those American factories accomplish is putting $$$ in the pockets of white good old boys who drive pick'emup trucks and vote Republican.



    It's genius on his part, really. If he allows Boeing to move to SC, his union buddies in the Pacific NW are out of a job, and the good old boys in SC still have $$$ to spend on shotguns. Lose-lose proposition for him. But, if he sends the whole shebang to China, now the good old boys and their wives and knocked-up girlfriends are on the public dole, too...and vote accordingly. And the Union slugs, of course, are no worse off and would never change their vote, anyway, because they're too stupid.



    Hey, somebody's gotta keep buying those Treasuries to support Obama's deficit borrowing. Boeing ain't gonna do it...so he buries his face in Beijing's lap and leaves them with a smile on their face.



    You have to marvel at a President who's willing to swallow a load or thirty to score points against the right-wingers. Just too bad he has to destroy the US Economy to do it.
     
  6. Brian in Oregon

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    Romney will 'reach across the aisle" and compromise away our money, guns, future and anything else he can to appease the liberals so he can get a second term.
     
  7. SeldomShoots

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    Isn't a Immelt a Republican? Just another RINO selling this country down the tubes with so many other democrat and republican politicians. This isn't about politics any longer, only about those who have power and those who don't.

    The politicians don't know how lucky they are that there hasn't been a revolt since the late 1700's.
     
  8. SirMissalott

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    Even the liberal rags have called his latest job creation bill what it is "a money laundering scheme" he bilks the taxpayers for multiple billions for infrastructure jobs ( mandatory union ) The union in return gives him untold millions back in the form of campaign contributions. Can you say Chicago politics at its best!!
     
  9. Mark-in-Maine

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    Buzz Gun,


    You nailed it.
    I wish this website had a "like" button!
     
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    The kenyan said before he was elected he was going to change america and destroy capitalism. Lee
     
  11. rpeerless

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    Also heard that Merck was building a plant in China. Supposed to employ many.
    I hope the Chinese know their Pharmacutical chemicals better now than they did 10 years ago...(killer cough syrup)

    I for one would like to say "O, with the authority given me as an American citizen and voter, You are fired. You have exceeded the authority given to you by our Constitution and you have violated the spirit of the contract you have with America and its citizens. You are so fired..."
     
  12. Avaldes

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    I never engage in political discussions, just as I never engage in religious discussions. But I am compelled to speak up here.

    The average engineer in the US with a Bachelor of Science makes $50k plus per year. The average engineer in India with the same degree (maybe even from a US university) makes less than $10k per year. Yet they live a comparable lifestyle. How do we compete without some kind of gov't incentive? If the gov't completely abandons the notion that keeping business (small, medium or large) in the US is good for the country, then where does that leave us?

    I am fundamentally republican in that I believe that the gov't should stay the hell out of our lives and businesses. Less government is better. But I am at a loss on this one. Is this a case where the US gov't should not allow these large companies to ship these jobs offshore? Maybe yes but that is in direct conflict with my idea of good gov't staying out of our business.

    The selective ways that our current gov't chooses who is "good" for the country and who is "bad" for the country is mind boggling. Bailing out the car companies was good, but slashing defense spending and killing those jobs/companies is also good. Does that make any sense?
     
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    I "never engage in political discussions..." except when I engage in political discusssions.
     
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    LOL..........at Galt
     
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    Past time for import duties on Chinese stuff !
     
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    Touche!:)
     
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    which is better, Beretta , or Browning?
     
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    Let's see here.....Barry has the National Labor Relations Board file a lawsuit against Boeing to keep them from moving from Washington to SC, but his knob gobblin' buddy Immelt is moving one of Americas biggest employers from Wisconsin to China without so much as a whimper from any of the socialists regime.

    This would be a good place for the occutards to get on message and make a little bit of a stand for something that actually makes some sense.
     
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