1,000,000 non-farm jobs lost during the last decade. Who do you blame?
Asked By: markie o - 1/25/2010
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companies like Monsanto, Perdue, Smithfield and only a handful of others and the republicans who made it possible for them to completely change the face of farming in america
Answered By: DebbieP - 1/25/2010
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Doesn't compare to the 3,000,000 lost in 09.
Answered By: USA all the way - 1/25/2010
Most were lost under Obama's watch good place to start
Answered By: Ted Kennedy's Car - 1/25/2010
Our sorry-azz gov and greedy corporations for sending many of our once good jobs overseas paying children in China 10 cents an hour and then shipping the cadmium or lead contaminated product back to America for our kids to choke on and charging the same high price as when the item was made in the U.S.A.
Answered By: Frank Capo - 1/25/2010
better ask for new rather than blaming.
Answered By: bg - 1/25/2010
tru dat, homie G!
Answered By: God's Butthurt Journalist - 1/25/2010
still shop at comi wallfart.......clown It's not sustainable to have an economy where the incomes of the top 1 percent has skyrocketed while the typical working household has seen their incomes decline by nearly $2,000
Answered By: GOingRush - 1/25/2010
Democrats and Repugs with their farm subsidies to not grow crops! Look at California where the farm lands can't get water because of a goddamn little fish! d**n the fish, who's more important, the little fish or PEOPLE? Farmers need to farm and feed the nation, let them! These environmentalist and EPA azzholes are... More
Answered By: Freedom Wins III - 1/25/2010
The large companies. They cut costs by closing factories here, and opening them in China, where it costs around $5 an hour to run them. Don't blame the government, blame the people who are responsible. (This in reference to people blaming Obama)
Answered By: u dont know me - 1/25/2010
I blame government and corporations in general. Secondly I blame the people for not fighting these demons.
Answered By: My Name is Josef Stalin - 1/25/2010
And the biggest chunk of those were in the last year of that decade.
Answered By: God's Reporter Since 2008 - 1/25/2010
Bill Clinton for signing NAFTA, for ignoring the Madoff and Enron scams, for the 1999 banking deregulation that led directly to the meltdown of 2008 - it passed with overwhelming majorities of both parties in both houses of congress, and Clinton is still proud he signed it.
Answered By: gws35 - 1/25/2010
Answered By: Rhoda - 1/25/2010
All the pols that jumped on the globalization bandwagon over the last 20 years are to blame.
Answered By: Big Yoda - 1/25/2010
Answered By: ʀ ƹ y ɳ ɑ - 1/25/2010
I blame Bush for starting that cycle.
Answered By: God's Reporter - 1/25/2010
what ever congress that pushed through free trade deals with China... More
Answered By: EviL Liberal - 1/25/2010
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