Thursday, August 11, 2011
By Paul Martin

By: Devvy
August 11, 2011

The usual noise is filling the boob tube and Internet about “creating jobs.” There is no shortage of criticism by GOP presidential hopefuls blaming the Red in the White House for not creating more jobs. A cacophony of political horse crap. Job creation in a free market economy is done by the private sector, not by a president. It is not the job of the General Government to create jobs, either.

Prior to 1994, Americans were employed in good paying jobs with long term job security. Then came NAFTA, CAFTA, GATT/WTO and many more trade treaties that have killed more than 8 MILLION good paying jobs in our most important job sectors: industrial, manufacturing, agriculture. How many columns have I written on this since 1995 in my old newsletter and then on the Internet? Too many to even remember. When I ran for Congress in ’94 & ’96, I focused on getting rid of the privately owned “Federal” Reserve sucking the life blood of this country, getting rid of the unnecessary “federal” income tax, getting the US out of the communist UN and getting us out of the aforementioned treaties because millions of us knew what was going to happen:

Massive unemployment and America turning into a service oriented economy which would doom our nation into becoming dependent on foreign countries for things like steel, food and clothing.

I allegedly was not elected even though three weeks before the election in ’96, I was only 5 -7 percentage points behind the forever-on-the-public-payroll, dullard, Rep. “Waffle” Wally Herger who voted for those treaties. One minute after the polls closed in California, I allegedly lost 84-14 in all ten counties in the district. Game, set, vote fraud. Electronic voting machines kept another ten candidates like myself who pledged to get us out of those treaties – all defeated in California.


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