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TRUMP CONFIRMS THAT WE NO LONGER HAVE A DEMOCRACY

The PLUTOCRACY, in the person of TRUMP'S Cabinet and Administration, is now securely in place. 

 

Trump confirmed this today with his "I DON'T WANT POOR PEOPLE" statement.

 

Trump's Cabinet is the wealthiest Cabinet in history. The trickster, Donald Trump, ran as a "man of the people", and yet, appointed billionaires and millionaires to the Cabinet...... wiping out our DEMOCRACY and replacing it with a PLUTOCRACY.

 

You might ask what actions do PLUTOCRACIES take that defines them as such. PLUTOCRACIES ignore their SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES. They serve their OWN PURPOSES. They INCREASE POVERTY WHILE ENRICHING THEMSELVES.

 

Trump's Administration gets a check on all three parts of the definition.

 

Trump knows that having a poor person in the Administration would violate the definition of a PLUTOCRACY.

 

LORD HELP US.

 

 

 

 

NO! IT'S CONSERVATIVES THAT ARE NUTTIER THAN SQUIRREL POOP!
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"I DON'T WANT POOR PEOPLE"

 

Yeah I saw that, but know it's not reasonable to expect the Fuhrer to be like or even to like the little people.

 

Fuhrers don't view their subjects with respect or affection, they view them with disdain.

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So what!!!!!  Trump has always been the sole voice in his own company, why would you think that he would have  thought  different?
Look there has to be a way, that the Democratic Party starts with understanding the message that white middle America wants to hear.

They need to stand up for the Americans that have been Democrats all their lives. I have not even hear one peep about unions. I have not heard words of encouragement for White Americans, jobs, programs that will make thier lives better. 
Yes, forget about Trump. and start by really thinking what this country needs and what Americans need to hear.

 

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@Roxanna35 wrote:


Look there has to be a way, that the Democratic Party starts with understanding the message that white middle America wants to hear.  Are you suggesting Dems pander to the majority race?  Really?

 

They need to stand up for the Americans that have been Democrats all their lives. I have not even hear one peep about unions. I have not heard words of encouragement for White Americans, jobs, programs that will make thier lives better.  Who is responsible for making YOUR life better?  Government or YOU?  Here's a thought.....

 

In the Midwest, the problem isn’t China. It’s too many jobs.

 

Each day at Zimmer Biomet headquarters, machinists on one robot-assisted factory floor churn out about 3,000 metallic knee parts. They are facing pressure to crank up the pace as the population ages and demand soars.

 

But the artificial-bone giant is grappling with a steep downside of the nation’s low unemployment rate: It is struggling to find enough workers, despite offering some of the region’s best pay and benefits. Forty positions sit open.

 

Other manufacturers in ­Kosciusko County, home to roughly one-third of global orthopedic device production, are running into the same problem.

 

The lack of laborers not only threatens to stunt the growth of these companies, experts warn, but it could also force them to decamp their home town in search of workers.

 

With the U.S. unemployment rate at a 16-year low of 4.3 percent, employers across the country are dealing with a dearth of potential hires. Economists say that talent shortages are growing constraints on the country’s economic expansion, especially as millions of baby boomers enter retirement.

 

But the shortage is particularly problematic in places such as Kosciusko County, where the unemployment rate rests at 2 percent. Of the county’s 41,136 adults who can work, 40,311 are employed, according to government statistics.

 

This region — a land of clear lakes, duck farms and medical device makers — escaped the industrial decline that rocked other communities throughout the Rust Belt.

 

It prospered, thanks to a local industry that proved largely immune to competition from China and Mexico.

 

But without more people to grow Warsaw’s business, the chances of companies relocating is “extraordinarily high,” said Michael Hicks, a labor economist at Indiana’s Ball State University.

 

“That would devastate the area,” he said. “We need to figure out how to bridge this rural place to the future.”

 

Kosciusko is only one of 73 counties in the United States with unemployment rates of 2 percent or lower, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Many are in ­energy-rich counties in the Midwest and Colorado, where the fracking and natural gas booms have vacuumed up the workforce.

 

They also include communities that defy the heartland stereotype of industrial decay — like Warsaw, in northern Indiana, and Columbus, about three hours south.

 

More at:  In this part of the Midwest, the problem isn’t China. It’s too many jobs.


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in DC, 1/27/2017
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