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5 responses to “Many Unemployed, Fewer DLT Equals Big Problems”

  1. leftyrite

    The facts are in: The game is rigged by the fed and the banks, mainly. Right, Gina?

    The big question is how to return some semblance of health to the area.

    Drove down North Main Street yesterday, past the wreckage of Sears.

    Looked at the traffic margin to my left; overgrown like Dodge City.

    We need people with hearts, and we are governed by robots.

    Lincoln Chafee is the closest to an authentic politician of the American republic that we have, second only to Sheldon Whitehouse, really. And Lincoln is way too conflicted as a practical matter.

    Angel Taveras is a hypocritical scold and a phony.

    Providence has great bone structure; it could be made beautiful in a very cost-effective manner.

    We don’t read much about the Arcade here, but they’re reading about it in New York.

    Bruce Sundlun was quite a guy. He made things happen, so, of course, the local mothras hated him. 

    Any more like him out there, or are they all named Poppy?? 

    Do we really want to be arbitraged into oblivion? 

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  2. RightToWork

    “Lincoln Chafee is the closest to an authentic politician of the American republic that we have, second only to Sheldon Whitehouse, really.”

    Yes, blue-blood, multi-millionaire Whitehouse’s insider congressional trading and quid-pro-quo sponsorship of borderline-fascist PIPA legislation at the behest of major Hollywood campaign donors is as authentic as a statesman can get.

    The most ironic part is you use him as a *contrast* to what is wrong with Wall Street.

    Who, if not Wall Street, do you think was called in order to trade up to $600,000 of Whitehouse’s stock in the days after the Paulsen-Bernanke meeting with legislators?

    http://www.businessinsider.com/heres-how-congressmen-gamed-the-financial-crisis-to-make-big-bucks-in-the-stock-market-2011-11#sen-sheldon-whitehouse-d-ri-5

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  3. DogDiesel

    Maybe I’m wrong but I thought I read somewhere that those DLT jobs were cut because federal funding ran out. Is that not true?

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