Just Fine

I just want to take this moment to pass on my unwavering support and devotion to the fact that the private sector is doing just fine.

My real concern is that there just aren’t enough law enforcement, firefighters, or teachers in place today to keep us safe and edumacated.

I maintain this concern knowing that a bulk of the stimulus package passed in 2009 was used to retain those in the public sector such as law enforcement, firefighters, and teachers. Ya just gotta keep ’em all on board to make sure the public sector unions are stock full of gene material to help keep them up and running.

The private sector is fine.

I maintain this knowing that these particular professions are by in large funded through the private sector (which is doing fine), and they really don’t generate the type of market activity required to stimulate a slumping economy such as the one we’re trapped in now.

Yup. The private sector is doing just fine.

This is even though the Department of Labor has had to change the method in which it calculates unemployment numbers countless times in order to make the weekly numbers not appear as abysmal as they actually are.

Just fine and dandy.

There’s one person I would really like to see enter into the private sector and make millions giving speeches and writing books about how absolutely nothing he did could be blamed for how bad things are right now.

I think the private sector will be really fine by then.

Vote Responsibly Y’all.

 

Randy Tharp

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