just another ex-jazz-musician/proto-rapper/Jersey-Irish-poet-actor/print-junkie/film-raptor/beat-hipster-"white Negro"-rhapsodizer/ex-hippie-punk-'60s-radical-organizer's take on all things cultural, political, spiritual & aggrandizing
Nice to see this from King. He was a teacher and knows what it is like to be part of the great mass of underpaid professionals in this country. I am so tired of hearing the BS that we can't tax the wealthy because they are the job creators, when we know their investments for the most part create jobs oversees. I could go on, but Stephen says it best. Time for America to wake up, and despite what the tea party thinks, it is the occupy movement that best represents what the majority of Americans need.
Right on! I am now officially a Stephen King fan.
Thanks for alerting me to this. Good for him. Hope someone is listening. Lots of someones.
How about Pocahontas Warren with her granddaddy's high cheek bones. She is one of the few Harvard Professors who did not attend Harvard. She got her position through affirmative action. How!How about Obama's "compressed" girl friend whom, he said he dumped and then apparently made up experiences in his "Dreams of My Father". It seems prominet Liberals are liars about their qualifications, I suspect because their qualifications are weak.
And Jim what about all of those missing resumes of Republican appointees in Ohio. Seems one of them had to be sent for training he was so well qualified for the job. Give it a break, you can find this crap on both sides. Look at all the times Republican candidates were caught lying and fabricating history.It is a losing game to play because it goes both ways.
How about those jobs numbers; 115m new rather than the 160m expected. The labor force is the at the smallest level since the 1980s. The only thing worse is the thought that Obama could get another term to further damage the economy. Hopefully voters will react as they did in 2010.
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