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kalian Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-26-03 12:09 AM
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19. That's the question now, isn't it?
And I'm sure that more than one true economist is scratching their
head (or their arse) and wondering where exactly US jobs will
surface.
Sure as hell not in IT...that's all in India or the Philippines
now.
Sure as hell not in manufacturing...

What's left...? What is TRULY left within this economy?

I personally believe that they're keeping this VERY low key since it
would ruin the entire political establishment, both left and right.
Its just a matter of time, the implosion has commenced.
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