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Nearly half of all Americans support job guarantee

Posted by Martin C. Fox on May 2, 2018

”Workers under the public service employment system could repair roads and bridges, provide high quality day care services, build and maintain the public schools and rehabilitate our damaged postal system.”

A HuffPost reader survey reported by MSNBC. What do you expect? Sheeple buying into the free lunch/people control scam.

Why do I see more bridges to nowhere, public school snowflake storms and Amazon delivery drones flying over plodding USPS right hand drive jeeps.

Is this in our future – ghost cities.

You could name this the Duke public policy professor full employment act.

http://www.msnbc.com/all/guaranteed-job-everyone

Nearly half of all Americans would be in favor of a universal government job creation program, according to a poll commissioned by the Huffington Post. Out of nearly 1,000 polled respondents, 47% would either somewhat support or strongly support “a law guaranteeing a job to every American adult, with the government providing jobs for people who can’t find employment in the private.”

Duke University public policy professor William Darity Jr. has argued that a job guarantee would reduce poverty in the United States while also ensuring that essential public sector work got done.

“A federal job guarantee at non-poverty wages … for all citizens would enable the nation to meet both its physical and human infrastructure needs,” wrote Darity in a July 2013 New York Times piece. ”Workers under the public service employment system could repair roads and bridges, provide high quality day care services, build and maintain the public schools and rehabilitate our damaged postal system.”..

Be seeing you

Bernie

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