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Re: Seven Jobs In Danger Of Disappearing Forever

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10-01-2013 18:51:11

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Michigan's problems are for the most self inflicted, Michigan's economy was dependent on the automobile. Then they became liberal, liberals don't like cars, cars are evil, cars cause global warming, cars must be taxed, they don't make as many cars there as they used to, a lot fewer autoworkers building a lot fewer cars, that and with the auto production belt shifting South to avoid Michigan's workmen's compensation laws, Michigan's taxes, Michigan's Unions and Michigan's employment laws means they don't have the high paying job base they once had.

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Edd in KY

10-02-2013 06:25:35

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 Re: Seven Jobs In Danger Of Disappearing Forever in reply to wisbaker, 10-01-2013 18:51:11  
Michigan was doomed when the unions got carried away with their own power, then the southern states went into partnership with foreign companies to bring in low cost non-union factories. Without realizing it,that outsourced so many of our white collar jobs overseas to design and engineer those products.

Sad situation. America sure misses all those taxes from people with high paying jobs, and now our college grad kids are working at Starbucks.

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Phil in Pa

10-02-2013 01:57:22

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 Re: Seven Jobs In Danger Of Disappearing Forever in reply to wisbaker, 10-01-2013 18:51:11  
To clarify your point a little bit, liberals don't like YOUR cars. They're just fine with their own SUV's and private jets and sprawling mansions.

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