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Published: Saturday, March 24 2012 8:49 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

The sign says it all. Still no jobs and no prosperity for the working class. Common sense dictates that the economy is over saturated by workers who have been out of jobs for several years because of their specialties, and training and for citizens is not so easy to get from the state and federal government. White american citizenship are theoretically not plagued by discrimination or other employment problems so they are denied benefits given to illegal foreign nationals.

I have to wonder what the ratio of jobs to job seekers is? Some says it is in double digit unemployment if that is factored in to the jobless rates of the nation. Economist and government use freebie spending cost that are irrelevant data for unemployment figures. This skewed data is why government is so confused about why the economy is so stagnant and think spikes in spending is a good sign. Spikes in spending only means the economy is returning to is debt spending and indentured servitude economy. Increasing unpaid debt is a negative growth and something to fear worse than losing jobs.

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