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Re: Regulations - Poof?

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George Marsh

01-11-2014 06:06:18

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Every thing changes. There was a time 9 out of 10 people worked on the farm. Now, 1 out of 100 may work on the farm. There were people came to your house to fix a TV. When was the last time you saw that?

Sad to say, If you don't have a skill, you won't have a job. Many skills become obsolete, like a blacksmith. Once need to weld.

Must people without an education can't join the military or work at wal-mart. No wonder the poor are getting poorer.

It's seems like the regulations just keep piling up. Every year new laws are passed that have un entended conquences.

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01-11-2014 07:40:46

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 Re: Regulations - Poof? in reply to George Marsh, 01-11-2014 06:06:18  
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Yup, I agree. It's not the responsibility of society to provide jobs for everyone. I hear people say "there's no jobs". Well, look at the want ads, there are tons of jobs for people with certain skill sets: nurses, computer programmers, comm technicians, etc. It's a person's individual responsibility to figure out what they can do to earn a living and contribute to society. If they're good at being a blacksmith, great, but there isn't much call for that today. You can't graduate from high school, walk down to the local factory and be hired in a heartbeat at middle class wages. Those days are gone.

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