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Strong unions certainly haven't led to a strong economy for.... The U.S. steel industry The U.S. auto industry U.S. public education The U.S. post office Amtrack etc. etc. etc.... Take every promising, dynamic, growing industry in the U.S., and you will find little to no union presence. Take every deteriorating, decayed, moribund industry in the U.S., and you will find big, fat unions.
Well, they do make promises. For instance, I've definitely heard "no new taxes" before. But let's say for argument's sake that a politician never makes a promise, just fills up the airspace with empty rhetoric to get you to buy their product. If politicians can do that, why can't private companies like cel phone makers?
Here's another question: Will Al Frankin and his liberal wacko posse sponsor a bill that requires all senators and congressmen to keep their campaign promises? Oh no, of course not. That's precisely when we'll hear politicians singing the praises of limited government.
And for Al Frankin's next trick, he can sponsor a bill protecting us from misleading movie names. Here's your first victim who needs saving, Al: http://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10...ive/?hpt=hp_c2 P.S. Jump right on it, Al, because I guarantee you she votes "Democrat" every chance she gets....
This is what our Congress is wasting time on? Like they don't have enough serious matters on their plates, such as cutting down our extremely bloated government, making it more efficient, and reducing its burden on present and future generations? Instead, these bozos are worrying about how 4G speeds are advertised in the cel phone industry. Looks like three more Democrat morons are going to be out of a job soon...
That's hardly a killer feature, at least in terms of what the mass market wants.
There are a lot of people like you around here, talking about how competition is "good" and T-Mobile being acquired is "bad". But it's funny how this group, for all of its lip-service to competition, never seems to be willing to let the less competitive actually fail (which is, in fact, the natural outcome of competition). No, instead of failing and going away, the less competitive seem to always require a bail out, or a rescue from being acquired by bigger, more...
Great reference.
Look at how China has treated its citizens in the last 100 years and you won't be pedaling your "morality is relative" crap and asking dumb doe-eyed questions about whether we have the right to "impose" our values on China. Let me reverse your question: Chinese values led to the death of tens of millions of Chinese citizens during that little snake Mao's pathetic Cultural Revolution. Does that mean it's okay for anyone to kill tens of millions of Chinese, because that's...
Apple's handling of this was insulting. 12 years of building credibility in the video production/filmmaking community just went up in smoke....if not for the pathetic state of FCP X 1.0 (and it is pathetic), then for Apple's mean-spirited and dismissive way of handling the transition and managing the expectations/fears of legions of customers. I have been one of Apple's biggest fans for more than a decade, and personally converted 30-40 people from Windows products to...
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