Good Jobs, Bad Jobs

Good Jobs, Bad Jobs

As I mentioned earlier, I feel sorry for Sean Spicer. I really do. I mean here's a guy whose job it is to go out every damn day and defend crazy bullsh*t in front of a press corp. that, thanks to the anti-media rantings of the man from whom the crazy bullsh*t emanates, is out to crucify him. Well on Friday Spicer did what you might expect. He took credit - on behalf of Trump - for the January jobs beat. Here's a clip: What Spicer did
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  1. Wages and corporate yields are flat or negative and debt is keeping the illusion of a good economy alive as the status quo stays in control. This is a ponzi scheme as you need more debt to pay for previous debts and then the next time you need to pay previous debts you need MORE DEBT and on and on. TOO big to fail until it does fail then what? Everybody together, “More Debt”. “Cheap Money”, more debt, car loans more debt with 84 months to pay, ya right…..parents more student loans, sure more debt for the education of your children, more debt. Around and around we go, where it stops WE ALL KNOW this will not end well for most of US.

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