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#159 Mar 20, 2013
tommy wrote:
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wrong. might of been like that decades ago but not anymore. the unions are a huge reason American made products cost so much and they really dont do better work than non union workers. they are ruining the economy.
Yes, pay americans chinese wages and business will thrive. But workers here couldn't affort to buy what they produce so our economy tanks.
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Huntington, WV

#160 Mar 20, 2013
pinkfleur wrote:
<quoted text> Yes, pay americans chinese wages and business will thrive. But workers here couldn't affort to buy what they produce so our economy tanks.
China's economy is likely to surpass the United States in less than two decades while Asia will overtake North America and Europe combined in global power by 2030.

Please educate yourself.
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#161 Mar 20, 2013
fatman in the party van wrote:
What do u do for a living tommy?
He probably worked on the dock, until the union went on strike then he got down on his luck it's tough, so tough.(could not resist lol. sorry). Nothing wrong with a little humor.
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#162 Mar 20, 2013
Economics Professor wrote:
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China's economy is likely to surpass the United States in less than two decades while Asia will overtake North America and Europe combined in global power by 2030.
Please educate yourself.
Chinas economy does not reflect the living standard of its citizens the way ours does. Not even close. I've known this for a while.
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#163 Mar 20, 2013
Economics Professor wrote:
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China's economy is likely to surpass the United States in less than two decades while Asia will overtake North America and Europe combined in global power by 2030.
Please educate yourself.
People in China can't be oppressed forever by conservative thinking that promotes business profit over people.
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Williamstown, WV

#164 Mar 20, 2013
Economics Professor wrote:
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He probably worked on the dock, until the union went on strike then he got down on his luck it's tough, so tough.(could not resist lol. sorry). Nothing wrong with a little humor.
Gotta hold on to what we got.
singing

Hurricane, WV

#165 Mar 20, 2013
Gina works the diner all day Working for her man, she brings home her pay For love - for love She says we've got to hold on to what we've got Cause it doesn't make a difference If we make it or not We've got each other and that's a lot For love - well give it a shot Chorus: Whooah, we're half way there Livin on a prayer Take my hand and we'll make it - I swear Livin on a prayer 

Now guys look what the union did to tommy and gina, you want that happening to you and your love?
anti union

Huntington, WV

#166 Apr 8, 2013
Unionized labor has been indirectly responsible for jobs moving overseas. It started in the early 70s with steel and cars, then textiles, etc. In some cases bad management notwithstanding, unions are the common denominator in the movement of manufacturing jobs offshore. The truth hurts, especially if one has an emotional investment in the contrary

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