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Old 04-25-2012, 02:27 PM   #241
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LMAO off that that completely ignorant statement...
Are you SURE you're a Hoosier, most have more sense than that.

Indiana, right to work !!!!!
I'm your Huckleberry. I'm intrested in seeing your proof that unions have more clout to influence the federal lawmakers than the corporations do.
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Old 04-25-2012, 02:32 PM   #242
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I'm your Huckleberry. I'm intrested in seeing your proof that unions have more clout to influence the federal lawmakers than the corporations do.
Well, you can start be looking at the actions of this Administration.

Who did they give GM to? What is the NLRB doing, currently. Why are your eyes wide shut?
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Old 04-25-2012, 02:36 PM   #243
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Well, you can start be looking at the actions of this Administration.

Who did they give GM to? What is the NLRB doing, currently. Why are your eyes wide shut?
Not at all.
It's well know that the unions, what's left of them, mostly align themselves with the democrats. The same cannot be said about corporate america.
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Old 04-25-2012, 03:15 PM   #245
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Not at all.
It's well know that the unions, what's left of them, mostly align themselves with the democrats. The same cannot be said about corporate america.
What is left of them? Public Employee unions are what percentage of the workforce....and they exercise undue influence.

This isn't that hard, Jim.
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What is left of them? Public Employee unions are what percentage of the workforce....and they exercise undue influence.

This isn't that hard, Jim.
8.3 million public sector employees represented by unions.
No question they do their best to influence .. only the one party. Which is my point. CA spreads theirs across both.
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Every theory has its parameters and that's why they are not called "Laws."


The main thing missing here is that Keynes principles is a macroeconomic assessment of the aggregate levels and do not address incentives. Although #4 below addresses the issue to a degree.

His principle has three specific assumptions: These assumptions don't come from the naysayers. We have to assume these things:

1) monetary policy is not the most effective tool for stabilizing the economy and it may be completely ineffective in some circumstances (liquidity trap);

2) fiscal policy is effective and government spending is the preferred tool;

3) government intervention works and short-run consequences are more important than long-run ones

4) incentive based ideas are to be directed toward the target that most rids unemployment
And THIS is the major problem with Lord Keynes. His "short run"solutions are not solutions at all. The short run never happens because we are perpetually dealing with the long run consequences of previous interventions.
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Old 04-25-2012, 07:38 PM   #248
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8.3 million public sector employees represented by unions.
No question they do their best to influence .. only the one party. Which is my point. CA spreads theirs across both.
There are more than 8.3 million in California alone.

Time for you to dump...you're eyes are brown.
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Old 04-25-2012, 07:43 PM   #249
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There are more than 8.3 million in California alone.

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And THIS is the major problem with Lord Keynes. His "short run"solutions are not solutions at all. The short run never happens because we are perpetually dealing with the long run consequences of previous interventions.
Better than living in a Depression?
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If public sector workers are 51% of the total....and 37% are unionized........
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Better than living in a Depression?

Creating a depression out of a garden variety recession.
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Better than living in a Depression?
The 1920 depression lasted two-years. The Great Depression lasted over a decade. Which one would you rather have?
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So what is the solution ?
Get the government out of the education system
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A little Econ 101 for y'all......

As factory jobs return to US, the need for technical training grows


http://economywatch.msnbc.msn.com/_n...ing-grows?lite


If unions and regulations don't screw this up, it is a good thing.
no way Mark, not under Obama. say it ain't so. Bush ran them off now they are coming back. imagine that.
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