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Lucas Reichennek
Funny how all the consumers and workers staying home brings the economy to its knees and the "job creators" aren't keeping things running with their amazing boot straps. Almost as if it's the people at the bottom who create wealth.
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Lucas Reichennek Mar 17
Replying to @LReichennek
I think this is where people plug a SoundCloud or something. Instead support local journalism. It matters so much more than I could have imagined until recently. Seriously buy a subscription for your local paper or magazine. These folks keep local politics honest.
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Too Close 2 Call Mar 17
Replying to @LReichennek
Of course, itโ€™s a symbiotic relationship. You need both supply and demand.
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Lucas Reichennek Mar 17
Replying to @TooClose2Call
And we supply both as consumers and workers.
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Joe Mar 17
Replying to @LReichennek
Not my meme. Relevant though.
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Joe Mar 17
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Mr. Thundercatnipples Mar 17
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Sheila Pierce 5 Mar 17
"Imagine"
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The Reverend Creamsicle Dreamboats ๐Ÿ•ธ๐Ÿ•ท Mar 16
Replying to @LReichennek
Hit the nail on the head, you did. Brilliant. People take note, who has the real power?
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Walter moebis Mar 16
Watch every Gov't will pat themselves on the back and puff out their chests saying they are the ones and the other parties did everything wrong.
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Murph Mar 17
Most Americans are one bad week from being broke. These job creators are too.
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DRay Mar 17
They aren't. But they'll get bailouts.
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