Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Jared Kushner, spoiled little rich kid to save Iraqi's.

Kushner flies over Baghdad viewing his realm
WSJ: "Mr Kushner will likely play a role in the final decision about how best to continue executing the fight against Islamic State." A spoiled rich kid and Orthadox Jew (whatever that means) in charge of US imperialism's occupation of Iraq and the suppression of resistance in all its forms. 
Meanwhile, Health and Human Services Secretary, Tom Price "triples his investment" when he sold his shares of Innate Immunotheraputics in February, pocketing a handy $225,000.

The Wall Street Journal "...reported last year that from 2012 through 2016, Dr. Price traded more than $300,000 in shares of some 40 health-related companies while sponsoring and advocating legislation that potentially could affect those companies' stocks."
Meanwhile, Wake County in North Carolina has a school system that has grown 24% in in the last ten years. The supply of school bus drivers has declined 18% in the same period, the WSJ reports.
Wake County has cut one in five routes, kicked children off of buses if they live less than one mile from their school, and forced them to walk further to stops. 

Where is the dedication of the American worker? School buses are about 7 times safer than passenger cars according to the feds. Don't workers care about our children?  And a school bus driver's job is a very lucrative one and not so hard, not like Jared Kushner's job as architect of the Iraqi occupation. Split shifts, and having a 13 hour workday isn't so bad. You get a bit of a break in the middle.

What sort of society are we living in when our president's close friends and family are  traveling the world making it safe for everyone and his cabinet selections are showing us how to make money yet an American citizen refuses to make life safer for our own kids by taking a school bus driving job. For Christ's sake, they get $12.55 an hour to start.

Oh, I almost forgot, the Predator in Chief has selected Bob Maddow to head the new ethics committee.

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