I did not mention the Constitution because anyone with half a brain knows that unemployment insurance is not required or mentioned. That is legislated and the GOP has the right to do what they're doing.
And while it's OK to say you drive all over and every fast food place is hiring - that is anecdotal and comes nowhere near accurate and you and I both know that.
I suppose you want to concentrate on Shoninger because you can't refute my post with evidence - and that's fine.
I'm not looking to argue - but the question remains - if the jobs are there ESC would be pushing people into them. The jobs aren't there.
No my point was macro economics in nature as I believe that doing this will cause conditions to worsen, not get better. If spending is held back not only will those fast food jobs dry up - but the sales tax revenues the GOP are hoping for to give the Corporate buddies a break on will not be enough to balance the budget.
It will be interesting to watch but I will disagree as civilly as I can each and every time it's brought up.
McCrory has no job creation record yet - this initial act may prevent him from having a good one.
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