Midwest business conditions hit new lows

  • Article by: DEE DePASS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 2, 2009 - 11:11 PM

In Minnesota, December decreases in jobs, production, new orders and inventories were reported.

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usercdjJan. 3, 0912:02 PM

Blatant consumerism has lead to a less intellegent populace. So now, the people are not capable of earning enough to keep growth happening. Infinite growth is an impossibility. The people are more maleable than ever, but they just can't afford useless junk as much as they used to. Thus, the adjustment we see. The bushies did a good job of timing there final money grab, it will be more difficult to do that in the future.

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larazascumJan. 3, 09 2:47 PM

Grant amnesty to 10-Million migrant workers, bring in more H1-B, H2,L1,L2, Refugees and another 1,000,000 Legal Immigrants again this year and business will boom, jobs will increase and taxes will plummet! Stop the Hate!

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lylenordinJan. 4, 09 5:01 AM

I left teaching twenty years ago and became a laborer then foreman in landscape construction. Illegals pressured my wages downward. Then I lived next to five illegals in one room in Hopkins. They were an illegal Mexican roofing crew. They drank beer late and kept me up. One punched me in face when I complained. Cops did nothing. Amenesty? In a f'n pigs eye.

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lylenordinJan. 4, 09 5:08 AM

I traveled many many times in Central and South America. When I was asked where I learned Spanish. I said, for the most part in Mexico. ALMOST ALWAYS the Latino would reply: "Oh those Mexicans they're redally loud aren't they." Not really popular south or north of the Raza homeland, it seems.

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