The rich, or owners of large businesses cannot be referred to as the class of job creators. Job exporters? This would be more accurate. Job destroyers? Yes. Pension destroyers? Yes. Destroyers of the fabric of our economy for short term profit? Yes. It is positively Orwellian to refer to the wealthy class of people as the job creators. No doubt there are wealthy people who have created jobs. But this cannot be a name applied to the class of people who destroyed the economy of the United States of America by sending her manufacturing power overseas to increase their profits at the expense of the working people of this country. The term job creators used in this way is an obscenity and a perversion of the facts.

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