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Re: Work vs. Play

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Jim Johnson

11-14-2012 16:02:04
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Dave most of don"t look for what the government can do for us we just want government out of our way. We can go out and find work for ourselves we don"t rely on a union to do that for us. People that want to rely on others are just what YOUR government is looking for. I, for one, don"t need what you evidently think is what a government is for. That"s my opinion Mark may have another, but you are going to wake up too late and realize just what is being taken from you by them making you think they are giving you something for nothing.

Jim

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Dave Thompson jr

11-15-2012 14:41:36
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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Jim Johnson, 11-14-2012 16:02:04  
Jim I have never depended on anyone for anything or ever been without a job or out of work. Just look at the Work a good Union electrician does that has been thru the proper training and knows the codes. They get paid more but that is why they do quality work because they had years of training. Cheap wages and non Union is what the republicans want. You surely know that. Why should the rich get big tax cuts. I dont get them the more I make the more I pay. I dont get anything free.

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mark us

11-15-2012 21:40:06
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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 11-15-2012 14:41:36  
See Dave can't comprehend what you said at all Jim. He would rather pay dues to a corrupt union. That's the whole problem with what's going on. They, people like Dave, are so far gone they can't understand what more and more government does to the country. I wonder how he'll like it when they tell him what he's going to do and that he gets the same as someone who does nothing. Bad thing is by the time he realizes what is going on, even though he's being told, it will be too late to do anything about it. They can not understand what people have gave their lives to defend and others risked theirs to get here and then see it given away because they want the government to do something for THEM. It's not the way this country was founded and it's not in the Constitution but it's being done anyway. What a shame.

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