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Taxpayers should fund our job growth

Dear Editor,
All these congressmen keep talking about “job creators,” and how vital it is to not tax those folks, because they might stop “creating” jobs. What they are really saying is the richest people in the United States (who, none of them, actually “create” any job at all) would rather hold on to as much cash as they can, and they’re the ones who pay to keep our elected people in government — to make sure that’s the case.
In the private sector, “jobs” rarely, if ever, “get created.”
“Work” has to come first.
Demand for whatever product ...

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