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Saturday, December 08, 2012

73% Of New Jobs Created In Last 5 Months Are In Government

We gotta hire us some more tards. That'll fix the economy

(CNSNews.com) – Seventy-three percent of the new civilian jobs created in the United States over the last five months are in government, according to official data published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In June, a total of 142,415,000 people were employed in the U.S, according to the BLS, including 19,938,000 who were employed by federal, state and local governments.
By November, according to data BLS released today, the total number of people employed had climbed to 143,262,000, an overall increase of 847,000 in the six months since June.
In the same five-month period since June, the number of people employed by government increased by 621,000 to 20,559,000. These 621,000 new government jobs created in the last five months equals 73.3 percent of the 847,000 new jobs created overall.
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7 Comments:

Blogger Always On Watch said...

And their salaries are on the backs of the taxpayers.

Sunday, December 09, 2012 10:50:00 am  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Yes, these are the people Barack Obama wants the rich to pay for.

Sunday, December 09, 2012 1:31:00 pm  
Blogger Nicoenarg said...

Argentina 2.0

Monday, December 10, 2012 2:46:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Sadly, yes.

Monday, December 10, 2012 2:51:00 pm  
Blogger Nicoenarg said...

We had an anti corporation and pro government march on Saturday. Funded by the government (by taxing the people), there was food and drinks for all who attended.

Pamphlets were being distributed all over the capital city (that's how I found out about them, wouldn't attend these marches even if my life depended on it) printed with the taxpayers' money.

Now here's the kicker. Most of the taxes in this country are paid by corporations. Most regular folks don't pay income taxes taxes at all.

No one stood up against this march and the way it was planned because its the norm now. "We march against those evil corporations. Its as normal as us having dinner every night."

A couple of weeks ago, the government passed a law forcing all those evil rich people living in gated communities to give up a percentage of their land to house the homeless. Its sad and funny because the rich live in these gated-communities because "the homeless and the poor" think its their right to rob them and the police agrees with the robbers. Now they are forced to either house the same people who hate them in their neighborhood within the walls, or give away money equivalent to the price of the land that was to be allotted to the homeless and the poor.

If they don't give money or land, the government will take the land away by force...according to the law.

Again, no one lifted a finger. It was accepted by the vast majority of people as, "Well why not! The rich have way more than they need." All the while no one thought, "Well if the rich don't have the money, most of us won't have any jobs!"

But hey, common sense ain't all that common down here.

I'm telling you guys all of this because Argentina wasn't always like this. Before the early 1940s, Argentines used to have the brain capacity to think for themselves. It only took a couple of decades after Juan Peron came to power to change the mentality of the people.

Only a couple of decades of vilifying the rich and the whole culture changed. Now 70 odd years on and we don't even have a "conservative" party. We have a party that calls themselves conservative but they're worse than the Dems in the US.

No one who does not believe in Peron's ideals (that the rich are evil and the wealth should be redistributed) has been elected as President since Juan Peron.

If you guys want to know your future (in case you keep electing Dems and people like Obama) then read up on Juan Peron and Argentina. That is your future.

Argentina was a first world country (and yes, I still use these non PC terms) and now its a third world country.

It takes a long time to build something up of value, only a tiny amount of time to break it all back down to nothing.

Monday, December 10, 2012 4:32:00 pm  
Blogger Nicoenarg said...

Also check out stuff on the 1949 reform to the Argentine Constitution. Under Juan Peron a lot changed. A lot of "social rights" were added to the constitution. Because of those constitutional reforms, it is almost impossible to fire an employee in this country since having a job is considered a right that a corporation or the government should provide for.

Monday, December 10, 2012 4:41:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

You should post on that, Nico.

Monday, December 10, 2012 8:13:00 pm  

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