Godlike Productions - Conspiracy Forum
Users Online Now: 1,340 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 404,051
Pageviews Today: 504,558Threads Today: 95Posts Today: 1,991
03:43 AM


Rate this Thread

Absolute BS Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing
 

We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!

 
How about
User ID: 8573617
United States
08/24/2012 11:14 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
My husband was just now laughing at me because I said one of the solutions could be for employers, like big companies and corporations to become more socially conscious and instead of their usual hiring policies (whatever is best for them to make the most money) start employing older men who lost their jobs that they won't consider now- and hiring in this order- men with families to support, then single mothers, then single men and women and then mothers who work to supplement income (a lot of them are working to bring in more money for what are really just luxuries) Okay, that's sexist, right? Well, the economy worked pretty well back in the day when women stayed at home with their kids and men earned the money. In fact, back in my parent's time women only worked if the family was desperately in need of the money because women were supposed to be happy with what their husbands provided and lived within those means.
Why can't companies start putting the needs of society first? My husband thinks I'm naive because that's not the way it works. I know that- the bottom line is always in dollars and cents. They're in business to make money and all that, but if the corporations and businesses wanted to they could help this country out.
So at the same time I'm being ultra-conservative (put more men in the workforce plus pay them more and don't give their jobs to women unless they are heads of families) and liberal (it's sort of socialism I guess, to put the needs of society ahead of making top dollar). But why not restructure things so that the people who need jobs the most get them first?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382

How about poor ugly people who don't come from shit and aren't accumulating real wealth not breed in the first place? Then the people who don't know jack monkey about managing their resources, how about they stop telling people about how cushy their life was when they thought their shit didn't stink vs how shitty waking up shitfaced is. Nobody told mediocre people to breed freely in a super efficient economy. If these pigs had any sense they would have seen this storm coming and cut back in the first place.

But I agree. Most women are stupid and totally fucking useless in the workplace. Please, put most of these cunts back in the kitchen...barefoot, oops, don't get pregnant. One more pregnancy and a man might have to kill a bitch. Give the hoe a phone and another voice on the other line, a cookbook and a muzzle. We're set. Back to pretending men aren't mostly stupid and useless too. 1950s ahh. When the illusion worked!
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 22514865
United States
08/24/2012 11:16 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
The way it use to be worked, because of the gold standard.remember when currency was actually money and it meant you actually had to work to earn it opposed to creating wealth from thin air! I dont think gold will matter in the end this time, greed and corruption has replaced hope world wide the ship is sinking with no land in sight.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1145382
United States
08/24/2012 11:35 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
My husband was just now laughing at me because I said one of the solutions could be for employers, like big companies and corporations to become more socially conscious and instead of their usual hiring policies (whatever is best for them to make the most money) start employing older men who lost their jobs that they won't consider now- and hiring in this order- men with families to support, then single mothers, then single men and women and then mothers who work to supplement income (a lot of them are working to bring in more money for what are really just luxuries) Okay, that's sexist, right? Well, the economy worked pretty well back in the day when women stayed at home with their kids and men earned the money. In fact, back in my parent's time women only worked if the family was desperately in need of the money because women were supposed to be happy with what their husbands provided and lived within those means.
Why can't companies start putting the needs of society first? My husband thinks I'm naive because that's not the way it works. I know that- the bottom line is always in dollars and cents. They're in business to make money and all that, but if the corporations and businesses wanted to they could help this country out.
So at the same time I'm being ultra-conservative (put more men in the workforce plus pay them more and don't give their jobs to women unless they are heads of families) and liberal (it's sort of socialism I guess, to put the needs of society ahead of making top dollar). But why not restructure things so that the people who need jobs the most get them first?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382


That is pretty much the way it used to work.
 Quoting: s. d. butler

Yeah, that's what I was thinking. What ever happened to the days when a 58 yr old man applied for a job because his company closed down and they would say, this man has lots of valuable experience, let's find a place for him? Now companies won't touch him. It's all over for him because he's too old and even fast food places won't hire him.

It's ironic, there are laws against discrimination based on race, gender and age but somehow these companies aren't listening to the age discrimination part. So, as far as my suggestion about not hiring supplemental earning women who have husbands with jobs goes, why can't they cheat a little on the female employee quotas too? Nobody is giving them any trouble about not hiring older men.

Whatever happened to the days of an employer's sympathy when a man with 5 kids to support came looking for a job? If he's qualified to do the job, why not hire him over someone who doesn't need the job as badly? It's a fact now that the longer someone is out of work the less chance they have of getting a job. That's crazy. Employers know how hard these people have tried to find work, but they just don't care.

Nobody in the business world has any compassion for workers as human beings. It's all about the money. It wasn't always that way. They could make plenty of money and still hire the person who needs the job the most.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 11004099
United States
08/24/2012 11:43 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!

I think the middle class families who have lost their jobs and homes are in a whole different catagory though.
I know someone who lost their job and their home and believe me- the government doesn't do much for formerly middle class people. You lose your job, you're on your own in a cruel world.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382


That's exactly the group they wanted to get rid of, the middle class.

They were the ones with money and time. Time to spend as well as time to think.
 Quoting: RoXY


agreed. the economic-societal break just blasted away the middle-class.

polarizing population classes into two ( 2 ) distinct groups, i.e.' sustainability service industry workers' on one side to "sustain" 'government workers' on the other side.

read about this under keyword phraseologies being thrown around by government embedded mainstrram news media broadcast outlets:

- "Public-Private Partnerships"
- "Quadrennial Review Report"
- "QDDR"
- "Sustainability"
- "Sustainable"

Right-away you'll see that the U.S. Department of State on January 31, 2011 recalled 'all' American Ambassadors to Washington, D.C. for the first ( 1st ) Quadrennial Review Board meeting to 'suddenly' ( very interesting about 'this timing' ) prepare them for what the U.S. government was expecting to impact 'every single foreign nation in the world'.

Further knowledgeability is gained by reading the document report downloads at the website of "The Club of Rome," and if you're still standing up you will be laying down in despair very shortly because you will 'then realize' you're all about ready to be enslaved at one end of the pole or the other - no if's, and's, or maybe's!

- RE
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1145382
United States
08/24/2012 11:50 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
My husband was just now laughing at me because I said one of the solutions could be for employers, like big companies and corporations to become more socially conscious and instead of their usual hiring policies (whatever is best for them to make the most money) start employing older men who lost their jobs that they won't consider now- and hiring in this order- men with families to support, then single mothers, then single men and women and then mothers who work to supplement income (a lot of them are working to bring in more money for what are really just luxuries) Okay, that's sexist, right? Well, the economy worked pretty well back in the day when women stayed at home with their kids and men earned the money. In fact, back in my parent's time women only worked if the family was desperately in need of the money because women were supposed to be happy with what their husbands provided and lived within those means.
Why can't companies start putting the needs of society first? My husband thinks I'm naive because that's not the way it works. I know that- the bottom line is always in dollars and cents. They're in business to make money and all that, but if the corporations and businesses wanted to they could help this country out.
So at the same time I'm being ultra-conservative (put more men in the workforce plus pay them more and don't give their jobs to women unless they are heads of families) and liberal (it's sort of socialism I guess, to put the needs of society ahead of making top dollar). But why not restructure things so that the people who need jobs the most get them first?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382

How about poor ugly people who don't come from shit and aren't accumulating real wealth not breed in the first place? Then the people who don't know jack monkey about managing their resources, how about they stop telling people about how cushy their life was when they thought their shit didn't stink vs how shitty waking up shitfaced is. Nobody told mediocre people to breed freely in a super efficient economy. If these pigs had any sense they would have seen this storm coming and cut back in the first place.

But I agree. Most women are stupid and totally fucking useless in the workplace. Please, put most of these cunts back in the kitchen...barefoot, oops, don't get pregnant. One more pregnancy and a man might have to kill a bitch. Give the hoe a phone and another voice on the other line, a cookbook and a muzzle. We're set. Back to pretending men aren't mostly stupid and useless too. 1950s ahh. When the illusion worked!
 Quoting: How about 8573617

I don't think women are stupid and/or useless in the workplace. There just aren't enough jobs to go around I'm suggesting that it would be nice if there could be at least one job for every family and maybe women who don't absolutely need to work could stay home and raise their children. I'm sorry if that idea offends some people, but it actually did work- and it wasn't just an illusion from the 1950's. It was pretty much that way throughout history.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 6359742
United States
08/25/2012 12:01 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
these furrin bad mouthin whinners need to STFU because the USA has been the most giving and charitable nation ever in history! And by the way western nation development has caused population growth to become negative in the last 20 yrs!
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 11004099
United States
08/25/2012 12:02 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
My husband was just now laughing at me because I said one of the solutions could be for employers, like big companies and corporations to become more socially conscious and instead of their usual hiring policies (whatever is best for them to make the most money) start employing older men who lost their jobs that they won't consider now- and hiring in this order- men with families to support, then single mothers, then single men and women and then mothers who work to supplement income (a lot of them are working to bring in more money for what are really just luxuries) Okay, that's sexist, right? Well, the economy worked pretty well back in the day when women stayed at home with their kids and men earned the money. In fact, back in my parent's time women only worked if the family was desperately in need of the money because women were supposed to be happy with what their husbands provided and lived within those means.
Why can't companies start putting the needs of society first? My husband thinks I'm naive because that's not the way it works. I know that- the bottom line is always in dollars and cents. They're in business to make money and all that, but if the corporations and businesses wanted to they could help this country out.
So at the same time I'm being ultra-conservative (put more men in the workforce plus pay them more and don't give their jobs to women unless they are heads of families) and liberal (it's sort of socialism I guess, to put the needs of society ahead of making top dollar). But why not restructure things so that the people who need jobs the most get them first?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382


That is pretty much the way it used to work.
 Quoting: s. d. butler

Yeah, that's what I was thinking. What ever happened to the days when a 58 yr old man applied for a job because his company closed down and they would say, this man has lots of valuable experience, let's find a place for him? Now companies won't touch him. It's all over for him because he's too old and even fast food places won't hire him.

It's ironic, there are laws against discrimination based on race, gender and age but somehow these companies aren't listening to the age discrimination part. So, as far as my suggestion about not hiring supplemental earning women who have husbands with jobs goes, why can't they cheat a little on the female employee quotas too? Nobody is giving them any trouble about not hiring older men.

Whatever happened to the days of an employer's sympathy when a man with 5 kids to support came looking for a job? If he's qualified to do the job, why not hire him over someone who doesn't need the job as badly? It's a fact now that the longer someone is out of work the less chance they have of getting a job. That's crazy. Employers know how hard these people have tried to find work, but they just don't care.

Nobody in the business world has any compassion for workers as human beings. It's all about the money. It wasn't always that way. They could make plenty of money and still hire the person who needs the job the most.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382


you 'do' know 'why' you're 'not' being hired in any 'service industry jobs', don't you?

because, those positions have all been taken over by latinos whom your government 'illegally allowed in to America' - from south of your borders - to support McDonald's and every fast-food corporation operating 'illegally by hiring fraudulently documented foreigners' to make you starve and become homeless on the streets of America.

And you 'do know' what will become of 'you', don't you?

Your government will be 'imprisoning you' because you present a "health risk" to anyone who is still employed, albeit a 'sustainability service worker' or 'government employee'.

The government 'must' get rid of 'baby boomers' whom they cannot afford to pay Social Security retirement payments to. You 'do know' the government conveniently loaned that money throughout the decades to the C.I.A. - that is a historical fact that can be researched on Wikipedia!

nothing personal - i'm in worse shape than many similarly situated.

- RE
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 18835047
United States
08/25/2012 01:45 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
My husband was just now laughing at me because I said one of the solutions could be for employers, like big companies and corporations to become more socially conscious and instead of their usual hiring policies (whatever is best for them to make the most money) start employing older men who lost their jobs that they won't consider now- and hiring in this order- men with families to support, then single mothers, then single men and women and then mothers who work to supplement income (a lot of them are working to bring in more money for what are really just luxuries) Okay, that's sexist, right? Well, the economy worked pretty well back in the day when women stayed at home with their kids and men earned the money. In fact, back in my parent's time women only worked if the family was desperately in need of the money because women were supposed to be happy with what their husbands provided and lived within those means.
Why can't companies start putting the needs of society first? My husband thinks I'm naive because that's not the way it works. I know that- the bottom line is always in dollars and cents. They're in business to make money and all that, but if the corporations and businesses wanted to they could help this country out.
So at the same time I'm being ultra-conservative (put more men in the workforce plus pay them more and don't give their jobs to women unless they are heads of families) and liberal (it's sort of socialism I guess, to put the needs of society ahead of making top dollar). But why not restructure things so that the people who need jobs the most get them first?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382


That is pretty much the way it used to work.
 Quoting: s. d. butler

Yeah, that's what I was thinking. What ever happened to the days when a 58 yr old man applied for a job because his company closed down and they would say, this man has lots of valuable experience, let's find a place for him? Now companies won't touch him. It's all over for him because he's too old and even fast food places won't hire him.

It's ironic, there are laws against discrimination based on race, gender and age but somehow these companies aren't listening to the age discrimination part. So, as far as my suggestion about not hiring supplemental earning women who have husbands with jobs goes, why can't they cheat a little on the female employee quotas too? Nobody is giving them any trouble about not hiring older men.

Whatever happened to the days of an employer's sympathy when a man with 5 kids to support came looking for a job? If he's qualified to do the job, why not hire him over someone who doesn't need the job as badly? It's a fact now that the longer someone is out of work the less chance they have of getting a job. That's crazy. Employers know how hard these people have tried to find work, but they just don't care.

Nobody in the business world has any compassion for workers as human beings. It's all about the money. It wasn't always that way. They could make plenty of money and still hire the person who needs the job the most.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1145382


Excellent suggestion about jobs going to heads-of-households first. Lots of moms I know are working full time only to pay for their Prada crap and range rovers. Feeding one's children deserves more priority.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 22560520
United States
08/25/2012 02:10 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
You lizard-lipped childfuckers only care because you're realizing you're just as much n*****s in the eyes of tptb as the ones you hate so much. The same shit has been going on but for some reason it matters now. "These evil corporations!" go suck a dick and then stfu. They weren't evil when you stiff necked pricks could live off of them. Same shit different egos, that's the way the cyclic jingle goes.

They knew...all you gotta do to get what you want to integrate the most profitable illusions. Grow them, weave them, produce the appropriate programming tools/methods/content, etc. The n*****s won't even know we're talking to them when we're talking about n*****s. Know yourself - oops failed. Game Over. Restart? Can't. Same dynamic as when a man creates an illusions good enough to get the pussy.
 Quoting: A gotdamhn button 8573617


Oh yeah, that dynamic, haha!
rockon
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 22496471
United States
08/25/2012 02:55 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and most American families are already struggling to get by!!!
"...most American families are really struggling to get by. In fact, 77 percent of all Americans live paycheck to paycheck at least some of the time.

And jobless claims are rising again. We are on the verge of another major economic crisis and that means that millions more Americans are going to lose their jobs and their homes.

If you think that things are bad now, just wait, because things are about to get a whole lot worse.

Don't be afraid to reach out and help those that are hurting. When things are the darkest, that is when heroes are needed the most."


[link to investmentwatchblog.com]
 Quoting: waht


It's time for Government, Corporations, and established Religions (along with all the bogus 'charity organizations') to stop TAKING and GIVE BACK what they OWE to the American citizenry. They owe us a huge debt, and lots of them belong in prison, too.
 Quoting: shenandoah 2636202


And yet, they think YOU owe them a debt, and they want YOU in prison.

News