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Jack

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Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has offered his own $804 billion jobs plan that calls on the federal government to hire the nation’s 15 million unemployed Americans for jobs paying roughly $40,000 each, and bail out all the states and cities facing budget crises.

In an interview with the Daily Caller on Wednesday, the Illinois Democrat applauded President Obama for directing his staff to greenlight job-creating initiatives without congressional approval after his $447 billion jobs bill was defeated in the Senate this week.


Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/10/14/rep-jesse-jackson-calls-on-government-to-hire-all-unemployed-americans-for/#ixzz1aoY3qAl5

What is this all going to cost?  Don't worry, the Democrats will just hike up taxes!  Tax and spend, spend and tax, that's all that the Democrat Party knows to do.  Don't they get it yet?  This doesn't work, never did!

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It's not socialism and the jobs bill wasn't defeated!
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It's not socialism and the jobs bill wasn't defeated!

The right screams socialism when they want to confuse the issue.  They don't get it that the Constitution puts the role of our government to protect the people and one of the ways is job creation, but Republicans would rather have another great depression than have the President have something good to run on.  You're right, the bill hasn't been defeated, Republicans filibustered even talking about the bill.  It's not over yet, but I don't expect to see the Republicans allowing it to pass.
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It's not socialism and the jobs bill wasn't defeated!

The right screams socialism when they want to confuse the issue.  They don't get it that the Constitution puts the role of our government to protect the people and one of the ways is job creation, but Republicans would rather have another great depression than have the President have something good to run on.  You're right, the bill hasn't been defeated, Republicans filibustered even talking about the bill.  It's not over yet, but I don't expect to see the Republicans allowing it to pass.

Republicans are either really scared or really greedy.  They already have so much and want more and more and more and who do they want to take it from?  The 99% of Americans.  We aren't asking for Socialism, only the end of their class warfare on the 99 percenters, US!
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