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SarasotaRepub
01-04-2012, 02:12 PM
For Nadin, it's OWS 24/7... (http://www.democraticunderground.com/1002117689)





Wed Jan 4, 2012, 01:03 PM
nadinbrzezinski


"The economy is improving, therefore OWS will go away."

This traditional thinking has one wrinkle though. Take a look at youth unemployment. Also take a look at student debt and what jobs kids can get.

This is a very similar pattern world wide. It does not matter if this is Tel Aviv, Cairo, Washington, or Paris. We are living the new GLOBALIZED economy paradigm. Heck, yesterday Ricky was going on this and how our jobs are way too expensive and can't compete. Globalization is one of the forces behind this.

So think about it...go to college and work as a waiter is the present condition of youth, regardless of where.

And it is one of the drivers to this global revolution.



She has over a 100K in posts and counting. She is basically spamming DU with this crap and none of the Sr. Mgt there will stop her. :rolleyes::D

FDK
01-04-2012, 09:41 PM
Hopefully a DU "jury" will sentence nadin to death.:D

BadCat
01-05-2012, 08:46 AM
The economy is improving? Where?
2100 layoffs at Boeing announced yesterday, Obumble announcing cuts in our military GROUND FORCES today. That's gonna create a lot of jobs.

Tipsycatlover
01-05-2012, 09:49 AM
Kodak just announced their bankruptcy The best the democrats can do is say the economy is improving.

Odysseus
01-05-2012, 01:52 PM
The economy is improving? Where?
2100 layoffs at Boeing announced yesterday, Obumble announcing cuts in our military GROUND FORCES today. That's gonna create a lot of jobs.

That would be the same Boeing that wasn't allowed to open a new plant in South Carolina because it was against the wishes of the unions. And, the cuts to the Army are going to be huge. We're looking at force reductions that take us back to the pre-WWII era. They're talking about removing 130,000 personnel from DOD, which will cut into his number of jobs "created or saved" (or, more plausibly, just made up) that he can crow about during the election cycle.