Friday, October 21, 2011

Q for Jordan & Soucek: Where Are the Jobs You Promised?

The North Carolina Employment Security Commission reported that state unemployment rose in September from 10.4 percent to 10.5 percent.

All those laid-off teachers, teaching assistants, justice system workers, and other public employees COULD NOT have contributed to that rising unemployment rate, or else the Republican honchos in the Raleigh Clown College were just lying to us!

It's MUCH MORE IMPORTANT to target gay citizens for official discrimination in our state's constitution, eh, boys?


Mike D. said...


Any chance you would consider bumping the "Small Minds and Big Movements" thread back to the top story? It was just getting really interesting, and quite a few people were participating in the discussion. I think I am losing the argument, which makes it even more appealing to me. :-)


Anonymous said...

Perhaps this is not appropriate but it has to do with jobs.

ASU, cutting jobs, but the Chancellor can entertain weekly at the Appalachian House to the elite. Their last Board of Trustees meeting was held in Washington, DC while they were closing the Broyhill Inn.

Watauga Hospital, not enough nurses to take care of patients, but they can purchase The Sanger Clinic and their CEO's drive nice company owned cars.

These are two of the largest employers in the area.