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  1. Johnbgood
    May 27, 2013

    The mega-rich create plenty of jobs – in China and Taiwan. Here at home, on the other hand, the only jobs they “create” are for chauffeurs, gardeners and housekeepers.

    If Wal-mart went out of business, China’s economy would collapse.

  2. Red Dragon Hawk
    May 12, 2013

    my mother once told me that we were heading towards a service based society
    my reply was simply who is going to buy those services…we haven’t really spoken in years…but happy mothers day anyway

  3. LumineHall
    May 11, 2013

    I’ve always thought that the “job creator” term was both an appeal to the religious conservative base and a key part of the neofeudalist agenda to create a revered nobility, albeit without any shred of noblesse oblige.

  4. Moongrim
    May 11, 2013


  5. Ronald Wall
    May 11, 2013

    This is no surprise to most liberals or progressives. Getting conservatives to recognize this fact is probably a waste of energy, but someone has to try. Reagan’s trickle-down economics has been thoroughly discredited for more than a decade, but the 1% are controlling the dialog. Campaign finance reform is only part of the solution, and reform must start at the local level.

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