OT Who needs Photoshop?
rf.sullivan at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 12:56:14 EDT 2009
In a time of economic turmoil, it is hard not to resent a country
(government) which exploits their poor, hard working masses to take
economic prosperity from those who have become accustomed to living
with it and feel entitled to it. People will 'Buy American' again
when the folks here make good quality products at the lowest price.
Asking for less is asking for you to support me with an extra
'donation' because my nationality is the same as yours.
Regards, Bob S.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 10:44 AM, <Eactivist at aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 10/15/2009 7:27:49 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
> jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com writes:
>> Marnie :-) Not to mention they are a totalitarian government that
> locks up
>> political dissents (and censoring of the web for their citizens, etc.).
>> Frankly, I don't see much to recommend them.
> Reason enough to dislike their government, but still not reason enough
> to be prejudiced against the people.
> I am not. Never said I was.
> I am against China as a country. I resent the US, a supposed democracy,
> having its debts being owned by China, a totalitarian government. I think
> there is a bigger issue there that is very scary.
> I also think people are stupid if they don't think that 27 million
> unemployed in the US (which counts those that have fallen off the unemployment
> rolls because they are no longer looking) doesn't have something to do with
> our jobs being outsourced to various other countries, and with most of our
> manufacturing jobs now being in China. The largest part of our current
> economic problem is people don't have jobs/can't get jobs. Then they lose their
> houses, states lose property taxes, and state governments cut back on jobs
> and services. It's a viscous cycle. This did not all come from wall street,
> the basis of the problem is not enough jobs.
> There are countries I do not support. I don't see why, under any
> conditions, that I have to.
> What? We are supposed to LOVE China now? When did that happen. Give me a
> Marnie aka Doe
> We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we
> created them. Albert Einstein
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