Dear Americans, Get Real! Your Stagnant Wages / Lost Jobs Are Due To Corporate Greed/ Not Others

What’s really happening.

Gronda Morin

I am disgusted that the republican President Donald Trump and his crony GOP sycophants keep disseminating lies to hard working Americans, that it is the the other (fill in the blank from immigrants to any minority group) who are taking their jobs, when the truth is that their woes are due to the same guys selling them this BS, outright lies.

Some of the causes for over 3 decades of stagnant wages, have to do with more US goods being manufactured in other countries where the hourly pay for workers is much less; corporations developing a greater reliance in technology; and there are changes in the culture, like a greater usage by utility companies of renewable sources of energy versus fossil fuel. But guess who are making these decisions. They are the corporations executives, not the other bogeyman.



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2 thoughts on “Dear Americans, Get Real! Your Stagnant Wages / Lost Jobs Are Due To Corporate Greed/ Not Others

  1. Technology jobs and “service” jobs were supposed to replace those jobs lost – they didn’t.
    It would help if people would have some self control and refuse to support companies like Nike and Apple who use brutal work compounds and mistreated employees terrible another countries because those people are desperate for jobs and satisfied for whatever pay. Buy less. Do without. Make your own and stop supporting human mistreatment and extreme environmental damage in other countries. The public must wake up and stop demanding cheaper and more and more have to have the latest trend items and goods.
    You only have 2 feet…how many shoes do you actually need? Think. Conserved. Live gently – and shut off all those extra unnecessary lights.

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  2. I was raised by parents who lived through two world wars and a depression. I grew up with that thinking so understand it. Of course, there are many poor who live in a constant depression so we don’t have to tell them. With others, they have to live and learn by experience. My son is sure he won’t have Social Security when he wants to retire. I’m beginning to see the reality of that thinking. 😦 — Suzanne


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