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Want One Of The New Jobs Created In The American Economy Of 2013? Can You Say Paper Or Plastic?


Via: Zero herdge by Tyler Durden

No Manufacturing  Jobs But More Waiters And Bartenders Than Ever

The New Abnormal is turning out to be quite an embarrassment for Obama’s “manufacturing renaissance” agenda not to mention high paying, manufacturing jobs but at least it explains why Bernanke doesn’t mind sending the USD surging when all other central banks are now talking their currencies down (especially if it means fresh S&P records benefiting the 0.1%): after all, if you have nothing to export, who cares what the relative value of your currency is.

There is good news however. Even as the manufacturing jobs continue to collapse, posting their fourth consecutive monthly drop in June to 11.964 million jobs, minimum wage waiters and bartenders have never been happier. In June Restaurant and Bar employees just hit a new all time high of 10,339,800 workers, increasing by a whopping 51,700 in one month. 

Summarizing the “economy” of Bernanke and Obama: in 2013 239,000 minimum wage restaurant and bar jobs have been created. As for manufacturing jobs: 13,000.

New Abnormal indeed.

Behold an economy dominated by waiters and bartenders.

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The American System Of Prosperity

Free Trade Is UnAmerican

Revolutionary War Songs

“A Taxing we will go”

The  Junto Song

‘Tis money makes the members vote
And sanctifies our ways,
It makes the patriot turn his coat
And money we must raise, and
A-taxing we will go, will go
And a-taxing we will go.

More taxes we must sure impose
To raise the civil list;
Also pay our ayes and noes,
And make opposers hist, and
A-taxing we will go, &c.

The power supreme of Parliament
Our purpose did assist.
And taxing laws abroad were sent
Which rebels do resist, and
A -taxing we will go, &c.

Boston we shall in ashes lay,
It is a nest of knaves;
We’ll make them soon for mercy pray
Or send them to their graves, and
A-taxing we will go, &c.

Each colony, we will propose,
Shall raise an ample sum;
Which well applied, under the rose,
May bribe them—as at home, and
A-taxing we will go &c,

We’ll force and fraud in one unite,
To bring them to our hands;
Then lay a tax on the sun’s light
And king’s tax on their lands, and
A -taxing we will go, &c.

The Rich Lady Over The Sea

The Liberty Song

American Revolutionary War Song:Ballad of the Green Mountain Boys

American Revolutionary War Ballad: Free America

American Revolution Song:The Revolutionary Alphabet

American Revolutionary War Song:Yankee Privateer