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Kat45 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jan-17-08 01:57 AM
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18. Yes I do remember. The beginning of the end of organized labor.
Edited on Thu Jan-17-08 01:57 AM by notmyprez
Well, we're not at the end of it yet, but it seems to be getting closer every day. When Reagan did that, it let the corporations know that they could trample over workers and unions with impunity and get away with it. I used to think he was our worst president, until our current one came along. Reagan ushered in the "greed is good" eighties, the beginning of the right wing's ruination of our once great nation.

I still remember the day he got elected. I was riding the subway into Boston, writing bad poetry expressing the scary place to which our country was heading. I was terrified for the future of this country, especially thinking of what he could do to the Supreme Court with any appointments he might have. Unfortunately, bush le fils has picked up where he left off--in overdrive--in all areas AND has appointed right wing activist judges who will continue making things worse for this country for years to come.
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