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Some people think we were encouraged to war with Iraq because we could see a shortage of oil ahead, and we wanted to make sure we would have enough for our own needs. I mean, ..They had more than they deserved, right? ..So we can take "our share", right? ..They OWED it to us, right? Isn't that what we are saying about people with more money than us? ..Did they steal it? ..Was it ours until they took it? ..How did they take it? ..How much do they owe me in return??? In Iraq, many Iraqis did not like what they saw, and those that could afford it, just left. That could happen here in America if we "go to war" over capital resources.How many of you like war? ..May I see your votes???
Given many young men and women in the economic status of today may be lead towards a military career, but still with all the wars it would seem recruiters would have a tough go getting to sell it to many nowadays..opinions?
giving in when time are tough? They respond to problems to late and make demands happen now! A quarter of the United States car production last year was produce in "right-to-work" states where employees can't be forced to join a union. And most of these are the 12 foreign American implants which are making a selling automotive vehicles. Since 1992 the Big Three labor force has declined 4.5% on an average each year, while the international American made manufacturers have increase 4.3%. Detroit was shedding 6.1 jobs in the United States (2.8% of them in Michigan alone) for each job that the foreign transplant created. What is best for America?