From:   diane sare <dwsare@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Thursday, October 06, 2011 9:44:42 AM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] American Jobs Act
 

The American Jobs act is an insane piece of fascist slave-labor garbage -- and that's putting it nicely.  Giving corporations the right to FREE labor by giving them skilled employees who are collecting unemployment compensation.  It only encourages more unemployment.  We should NOT endorse this!

On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 11:37 AM, Charles <chcreinhardt@gmail.com> wrote:
Hey guys,

A thought just occurred to me. I haven't heard much about this yet,
but do you think that OWS might do itself a service by endorsing, at
least as one of many goals, the passage of the American Jobs Act in
its entirety, or even an expansion of its policies (and perhaps a
reduction in the ratio of tax cuts composing it)? It has been accepted
as a foregone conclusion by the entire American mainstream
commentariat that Obama's jobs bill will be absolutely eviscerated or
at least highly attenuated by the corrupt legislatures in this
country.

What if we tried to draw more attention to the legislative battle of
the AJA as a pillar of our emerging program (in addition to legal and
anti-trust action against the banks and tax reform, etc)? That way the
movement can shed light on the very obstacles to the bill's passage or
enhancement, which will serve to illuminate the architecture of
corruption in our legislative process. That way, the bought off
Democrats and Republicans can be named and shamed with the enhanced
lens of this movement. Furthermore, the limited scope of the bill
itself can serve as grounds for further criticism of the White House
approach.

I'm sure this has been suggested before, and I understand that there
are caveats to our involvement in the political process but I want to
know what the status of the current dialogue is about this course of
action or line of thinking.

Sincerely,

Charles Reinhardt



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