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How long before high pay jobs come back to Northern Indiana?

Obama was here and said he is going to see to it that the high pay jobs come back to this depressed steel town. When are the jobs going to be available for us that have been laid off and are doing $6 hr jobs?

Asked By: James M - 6/22/2008
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The entire country faces this problem. The cause: Republican politics. That's why I don't understand why people want McCain. We have had this type of politics for EIGHT years and see where we are? Why would you want to continue hitting your head against a wall when you can see it doesn't work... More
Answered By: David S - 6/22/2008
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They are not coming back ever, and its across the country. Even a degree won't help, all this was done BEFORE Obama.
Answered By: Wakemovement - 6/22/2008
 
If Hillary isn't VP, Obama will lose. Then Hillary will be President in 2012. So if Hillary is VP, 2008. Otherwise, 2012.
Answered By: Rich H - 6/22/2008
 
Get use to it Yankee Alabama"s going to get your jobs and dont bother appling .
Answered By: anti mason - 6/22/2008
 
maybe never, there are forces at work ... like the actions of multi-national or trans-national corporations that want a large number of low-wage, working surfs, so they can live the life of Riley..... whatever.....
Answered By: n0spam4me - 6/22/2008
 
As long as the people of America keep voting for war/old politicians.
Answered By: HONEY - 6/22/2008
 
realistically, there not. He just told you what he think's will bring in the vote's. many will vote for him and be decieved and dissapointed. common sense is a rare possesion I guess. the truth is, we are the only country that cater's to the enviromentalist's to such a degree that it is no longer profitable to operate... More
Answered By: serve22 - 6/22/2008
 
Sprinsteens answer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIqYn_1IdZU&feature=related
Answered By: mr danger - 6/22/2008
 
If Obama wins, you're screwed... More
Answered By: margaret h - 6/22/2008
 
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