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    Quote Originally Posted by flounder View Post
    Geeez nothing like Doom and Gloom. How about people getting back incentive and doing better than the next guy, no restrictions,,,,,Better man wins*,,,Yessss Now THAT'S the American dream.......

    Dream it is, not reality.
    "The redeeming feature of war is that it puts a nation to the test. As exposure to the atmosphere reduces all mummies to instant dissolution, so war passes supreme judgement upon social systems that have outlived their vitality."


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    Quote Originally Posted by cloppbeast View Post
    I'm getting so sick and tired of these discussions. It's getting old. I've already explained the effects of unions on the market labor market a few times.. It's not as simple as rich vs. poor, there's more too it than that. If you guys just don't get that or can't understand it, there's a more in depth analysis here. Until then, have at it and keep wasting your time. You'll never get an accurate understanding until you open your mind and attempt to understand the ramifications of unions. Until then, just mistakenly conclude that unions are the silver bullet for the middle class, but until you understand the full dynamic, just (*)(*)(*)(*) about it. It's getting old.
    Just before you go, thanks for the link.
    "The redeeming feature of war is that it puts a nation to the test. As exposure to the atmosphere reduces all mummies to instant dissolution, so war passes supreme judgement upon social systems that have outlived their vitality."

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    I read that paper from Sherk. Why do American companies have to pass on increased labour costs to consumers? Are they all mismanaged or something? Jeez no wonder you're on your knees economically, you've got idiots running your corporations.
    "The redeeming feature of war is that it puts a nation to the test. As exposure to the atmosphere reduces all mummies to instant dissolution, so war passes supreme judgement upon social systems that have outlived their vitality."

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    Quote Originally Posted by flounder View Post
    That be your ass as well........
    Not at all, our economy is based largely on agricultural exports and resources, we are booming over here. Know anyone who wants a job? Its manufacturing where you will get the competition from the Chinese and their cheap labour. Which is why your economy is doing so badly and ours is doing so well.
    Die dulci fruere

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian View Post
    Not at all, our economy is based largely on agricultural exports and resources, we are booming over here. Know anyone who wants a job? Its manufacturing where you will get the competition from the Chinese and their cheap labour. Which is why your economy is doing so badly and ours is doing so well.
    I am speaking about the comparison to China, that was what we were speaking about. Look at 20210 GDP for instance....


    Not that big a difference between you and the U.S., we are having a bit of a set back. All countries go through it. Look at China however,,,Yeah she is kicking your butt too....







    http://static.seekingalpha.com/uploa...0gdpgrowth.png




    And as far as the GDP goes...well..We are going through a minor set back. We will bounce back stronger than ever. The housing Market in Australia is starting to take it's lumps as well. Jobs are one thing, affording a home another...
    China is about a third our size, what is she to you?


    The U.S is still among the ten Richest countries in the world, for it's size that's remarkable. There are more Billionaires living in the U.S. than there is in the entire world...
    http://www.justsharethis.com/top-10-...he-world-2011/
    Last edited by flounder; Feb 25 2011 at 03:05 AM.
    Infraction??, but he insulted me FIRST!!
    So report him.He reported you, we usually check reports first. Next time report him
    Oh, I will thanx...

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    Quote Originally Posted by flounder View Post
    I am speaking about the comparison to China, that was what we were speaking about. Look at 20210 GDP for instance....


    Not that big a difference between you and the U.S., we are having a bit of a set back. All countries go through it. Look at China however,,,Yeah she is kicking your butt too....







    http://static.seekingalpha.com/uploa...0gdpgrowth.png




    And as far as the GDP goes...well..We are going through a minor set back. We will bounce back stronger than ever. The housing Market in Australia is starting to take it's lumps as well. Jobs are one thing, affording a home another...
    China is about a third our size, what is she to you?


    The U.S is still among the ten Richest countries in the world, for it's size that's remarkable. There are more Billionaires living in the U.S. than there is in the entire world...
    http://www.justsharethis.com/top-10-...he-world-2011/
    lol. double Lol, let me do a ROFL as well. Australia has a population of 22 million. GDP does not directly relate to wealth. Our unemployment is 5 percent, yours is about 20 percent. We cant fill jobs over here, we are forced to import labour. I can sell my house and buy 10 similar ones in the US. Tell me again how China is killing us.
    Die dulci fruere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royd Bogan View Post
    And it could have been better if the workplace had been organised.
    You don't need a union to have a good workplace.
    The reason Politicians try so hard to get re-elected is that they would hate to have to make a living under the laws they've passed

    Don't feed the trolls

    He was so deadly, in fact, that his enemies would go blind to over-exposure to pure awesomness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedWolf View Post
    You don't need a union to have a good workplace.
    12 year old chldren were doing 14 hour shifts in coal mines before unions.
    Die dulci fruere

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian View Post
    12 year old chldren were doing 14 hour shifts in coal mines before unions.
    And how long ago was this? Times have changed and we have laws in place now to prevent those kinds of things.
    The reason Politicians try so hard to get re-elected is that they would hate to have to make a living under the laws they've passed

    Don't feed the trolls

    He was so deadly, in fact, that his enemies would go blind to over-exposure to pure awesomness!

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    Not to worry. Obama is going to put the coal mines out of business.
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