Debate Update: Kerry claims education and jobs are not linked!

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 9:19 PM


John Kerry claimed that the President switched away from and ignored "jobs" and focused on education when asked about jobs. The implication? That jobs and education are not linked. What world does this socialist live in? Education is DIRECTLY linked to the jobs and the quality of jobs that people can get. You can't reduce outsourcing and have a growing economy if your citizens are not EDUCATED!

Come back to Earth Senator, because that is where we live...not on Altar 4 like you.


Leave a comment if you like! *Note if you are a left wing, tin hat wearing, pro-Marxist loon that likes to post "anonymously" you will be treated like the kook you are!
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you're going to tell someone that lost their job to a guy oversees because he's cheaper- hi, get an education!?!?! hello, bush is on crack to think that that's the way to fix a problem. Yes, i agree, the school system needs to be fixed and that education is key- but to tell someone RIGHT NOW hi, get an education-fuck the job--yea, just think a minute about it...then you'll see that Bush is an idiot.
 
This is great, another anonymous liberal who thinks that education and jobs are not linked. Here's a better idea. YOU think about it for a second.

Who makes more money in general? A doctor with a PHD or a burger flipper who dropped out of high school? Of course when Kerry gets through raising the minimum wage ad forcing companies to pay people more money than they are worth who knows right?

And you call Bush the "idiot"? I think it is clear you, my socialist, liberal, anonymous friend who isn't even man enough to put your name to your drivel is the "idiot".
 
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