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BORN IN THE U.S.A.

-PART 1-

Our country has just marked its 235 birthday on July 4, 2011.

As we mark this momentous occasion, I am amazed at the multitude of economic struggles we seem to have in this country. Don’t get me wrong! Compared to some other countries and the onslaught of “bad news” headlines we endure daily, I consider myself fortunate indeed. But bad news abounds. Just last year…

– This from PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY –

As President Obama held a jobs summit to discuss ways to address the problem of growing unemployment in the United States, Americans' top prescriptions for creating more jobs were:

  • To keep manufacturing jobs in the U.S. (18%)
  • Lower taxes (14%)
  • Provide more help to small businesses (12%),
  • Create more infrastructure work (10%)

Fast forward to 2011. Economists had forecast that around 105,000 new jobs had been added in June, but that figure was way off the mark.

The news was particularly disappointing for the administration as Payroll Company ADP had announced that private sector jobs had increased by 157,000 in June, way above the expected figure. The ADP figures are typically an accurate pointer to the jobs figures.

But that was not the case this month.

During his statement, Obama said, “We still have a big hole to fill”. He said the figures “confirm what most Americans already know – we still have a long way to go and a lot of work to do.”

He pointed out that the majority of job cuts in May came among federal, state and local government workers who have been let go because of cuts and the pressure to balance budgets. A total of 87,000 government jobs have been eliminated in the last two months.

But private-sector job gains were terribly weak, the figures showed. The transportation and warehousing sector added only 3,600 jobs in June; construction shed 9,000 positions and in the financial sector there was a net job loss of 15,000. Even temporary employment is falling, leading to more worries.

Austan Goolsbee, the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors warned that politicians of all stripes have to work together. He told CNBC that the May and June figures are “a call to action for Washington to stop the bickering, to stop the frankly dangerous actions that doing nothing will have for the economy.” (Newsmax.com)

It is upsetting to think that so many good hardworking citizens are not able to pursue their dreams because of the greed and irresponsible behavior of some.

As a result of the corporate bailouts and government giveaways at the expense of the taxpayers I’m scratching my head and asking the question:

What can be done as Americans to reverse this trend?

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-PART 2-!

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