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  1. Nonanon

    April 17, 2012 at 6:22 pm

    Really? One might consider the importance of work as an anti-poverty program. Of course, private industry must recover before retracting the safety net, which will only come about with less taxes and less spending. It’s either contract gradually or all at once.

    January 2013 is the culmination of the end of long term unemployment benefits, bush tax cuts expire,and automatic cuts from the Super Committee which failed to agree on cuts.

    How long will Americans ignore the erosion of civil liberties in the name of security which benefits the top 1/10 of 1 percent of our society? About as long as Fitz will deny the socialist welfare state is dead.

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